2.4 Improving Your Bid Score - Increase Your Tender Win Rate

suppliers booked

Tuesday 17 December 2019, 9:30-11:00am


Getting the highest possible score in your bid is essential to winning a contract, but it can be difficult to know what exactly the buyer is looking for. This webinar will provide suppliers with an insight into buyers’ needs and expectations to ensure you’re writing bids that are winning points.

This event is suitable for Level 2 (Intermediate) for people who know about bidding but need to develop specific knowledge and skills. 

During this course, you will learn how to:

  • Create an attractive solution for buyers  
  • Analyse the tender documents to improve your bid content  
  • Manage bids effectively to make the process less stressful  

How to prepare for this event 

You can attend the webinar from the comfort of your own desk – the joining instructions and Cisco WebEx link are contained within the confirmation email received at time of booking, and also within the reminder emails. To prepare, you can access SDP's top tips on how to join a webinar, or alternatively please email info@sdpscotland.co.uk if you have any further questions about the joining process.

Please feel free to join the webinar before the start time.

What do other suppliers say?

Don't just take our word for it! Here is what our suppliers had to say:

  • "I enjoyed hearing from people with procurement experience, as it gave us a good indication of what answers are acceptable in the tender process." 
  • "Just talking through what is required at each stage of the process, made me more confident for my next bid." 
  • "Overall the content was excellent. This webinar was a very useful refresher for me, there was lots of new pointers and hints."
  • "I enjoyed hearing how other companies are getting on and what kind of feedback they are getting." 

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Your next workshop is - 

2.5 Responding to Tender Policy Requirements - Power of Procurement 


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