Right now, I’m not 100% sure. I’m currently taking a course to understand: What processes, policies and systems I need to implement within my own business, and What you, my clients, will need to do to be able to fairly represent how you’re complying with the new General Data Protection Regulation within your tender submissions […]
I’m currently planning out my ‘how to’ and other posts for 2018; in the meantime, click through for the links to the top five most read during 2017:
1. Top Tips – Responding to tenders
2. Where to find tenders – a list
3. Finding opportunities – how to use TED (Tenders Electronic Daily)
4. What happens when the bid writer bids for a contract?
5. Pre-election purdah and tendering
And, to start 2018 off as best we can, my personal favourite:
To bid or not to bid? How to work out which tenders are right for your business
To all my clients, past and present and to those thinking of bidding in 2018!
It’s that time again! Liz Dexter of Libroediting caught up with me recently to see what I’ve been up to in the last 12 months. Last year, I talked about how I’d been considering quitting my business altogether and what made me decide to keep going. This year, we look at what’s happened as a result of that decision and what I’m planning next.
It’s only March, yet so far, 2017 has proven to be a bit of a bonkers year – and shows no sign of stopping. Around here, while bid writing remains the bedrock of my business, I’ve been poking my fingers into a few other pies. So, what’s new?