BidWrite is thrilled to announce a new strategic partnership with Industry Capability Network (ICN). This partnership helps SMEs position their business to win tenders and capitalise on opportunities in familiar and new industry sectors. Read the blog to learn more about this competitive partnership.
Writers are said to be one of the top 10 occupations most likely to be affected by AI. BidWrite CEO Nigel Dennis joins Scott Haywood for an interview on 2GB’s Money News, taking a closer look at the impact of AI technology on our business and the wider bidding industry.
Rodger Manning shares his thoughts on what the Australian Government’s recently released Defence Strategic Review (DSR) means for where the defence tendering industry is headed, and what Primes and SMEs need to keep in mind when preparing future tenders.
BidWrite is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with nXus People. Together we will help clients win more tenders and achieve their goals through the application of tendering expertise and organisational team development. Read the blog to learn more about this powerful partnership.
If you create a narrative that speaks to your buyer’s pain points and issues, and offer a compelling solution to their problem, you’re well on the way to beating your competitors. Andrew Yallop explains how story telling in bids and applying strategic narrative principles can make your next tender submission more memorable.
On the surface it seems winning a place on a supplier panel requires less work than winning a single publicly tendered opportunity. But in reality, it’s just as difficult – potentially even more so. In this blog, David Lunn debunks the seductive simplicity of panels, providing six tips to help you win your next panel contract opportunity.
Nigel Dennis looks at emerging tendering technology through the lens of the Kodak company’s failure to embrace digital photography. He details his concerns about the risks current technology presents and whether, at this pivotal moment, we should embrace it or shy away from the threat it poses to our profession.
Tender reviews and film reviews may appear to have a lot in common. But despite the similarities, the essential difference between the two is constructive criticism. Bid Consultant Zoe Simpson compares bid reviewers to film critics, and provides five tips for making your next tender review as effective as possible.
In November BidWrite attended a two-day retreat in Brisbane hosted by our business coaches Abundance Global. At the awards and gala night, we received the ‘Big Leap’ award – a testament to all the hard work that’s gone into our recent projects.
David Lunn tells us all about no-bid letters: what they are, how to approach writing one, what’s included, and when to send it. He even dives in to how taking a strategic approach to your no-bid letter can influence your buyer, potentially turning your decision not to tender into a more favourable position to win.