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Writing A Successful Tender

This workshop will take place at Park Inn by Radisson in Bedford.

Does your business rely on formal tendering or grant applications to win contracts or to secure funding? Have you been unsuccessful with projects that you expected to win? Would you like to increase your success rate? This workshop, delivered in conjunction with Bidwriting.com as part of the Cranfield University Technology Park breakfast seminar series, will equip you with the knowledge to create a compelling case for even the most complicated of tenders. 

Who should attend?: 
Business owners and managers for whom tendering and complex contracts are an important part of the business mix and who lack expertise or the time write bids and applications. 

What you will learn: 

- Sources of tender opportunities 

- How to respond at each different stage of a tendering process 

- The seven golden rules of successful bid-writing 

- Common tendering pitfalls and how to avoid them 

- How to apply for a free 30 minute bid review with Bidwriting.com 
8:00am – Arrival, breakfast, refreshments and networking 
8:30am – Talk on successful tendering 
9:30am – Networking 
10.00am – Finish

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