Tender & Proposal Writing Workshop

Tender & Proposal Writing Workshop

Want to Win More Work?
Learn to write winning tenders and proposals.

DATE & TIME
Melbourne, 10th May 2017

08:00 AM

Winning business in the manufacturing sector, among others, is no longer about who you play golf with. And because the lowest price often brings headaches and hidden costs to clients, they’re increasingly wary of cheapskates.
The ‘Lift Your Game’ tender and proposal writing workshop will provide you with a proven formula for winning tenders that is hard to beat.

VENUE

Hospitality Suite 2

Melbourne Convention
Exhibition Centre
Level 2 Conference Room
2 Clarendon Street
South Wharf, Vic 3006

In the workshop you will learn:


1. What evaluators look for.
2. Evaluation processes and scoring systems.
3. Efficient bid process.
4. Bid strategy development.
5. Writing compelling executive summaries.
6. Tender templates and document presentation.
7. Developing content that differentiates your bid.
8. Writing styles, formatting, proofing and editing.
9. Getting the most out of your tender reviews.
10. Dealing with tight deadlines.

Registration Fees
$750 (excl. GST) for WTIA members
$850 (excl. GST) for non-members

With our ‘Lift Your Game’ tender and proposal writing workshop, you’ll be well on your way to winning new work, and getting through the selection process with flying colours.

For more information, and to register:

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You’ll better understand what tender evaluators are looking for, and how they grade. Our practical tips and tools on writing winning bids will help you get ahead of the pack.

Presented by: Caroline Boot, MBA(Hons) BSc. Dip Tchg.Dip Math Ed.MNZIM

This workshop provides you with a unique opportunity to learn from a person who also trains and assess tender evaluators.



 

OPENING TIMES
Tues 9 May Exhibition 10am - 6pm
Wed 10 May Exhibition 10am - 6pm
Thur 11 May Exhibition 10am - 8pm
Fri 12 May Exhibition 10am - 4pm

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