Webinar 2: Practical Workshop on writing a competitive tender via etenders

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A practical workshop on writing a competitive tender & submitting it through e-Tenders – specifically for social enterprises

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This webinar will use a recent Request for Tender and take attendees through each stage of the writing process using a fictional social enterprise created for the purpose. It will be a practical, interactive workshop therefore numbers will be limited. It will highlight what is needed under each section, what the tenderer is specifically looking for and how to ensure your submission stands out. Participants will also be shown how the final tender is submitted on the e-Tenders website. Anticipated learning outcomes - Having completed this workshop, participants will • Have a more in-depth knowledge of the language/terminology used in procurement processes • Have seen what a Request for Tender (RFT) looks like • Be familiar with the format of an RFT • Have a greater understanding of the level of detail required under each RFT section • Know how much time and resources it will take to complete future RFT processes • Know how to submit completed tenders online through the E-Tenders website

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Tender training, winning government contracts, bid writing, etenders, construction tenders, templates, local authority procurement – You name it, if it’s tender-related, we do it! Bid Management Services’ tendering expertise spans the entire business spectrum of industry verticals. We have won private sector tenders and public sector tenders for our clients to buyers such as the HSE, the Defence Forces, An Garda Síochána, Bord Gáis, the National Library, SEAI, Bord na Móna, the Revenue Commissioners and many more.

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