Tips on how to win government tenders
Preparing a government tender is a trial for any company. However, a successful business earns more than just a financial reward, it demonstrates it can survive the thorough scrutiny of a government review.
How to use storytelling as a powerful marketing tool
Emotions often trump facts. When you head out to buy a new pair of sunglasses, you may think you’re looking for a scientific way to reduce glare, or frames that are engineered to stay in shape, or anti-scratch lenses.
Why you should always proofread your work
Proofreading is one of those jobs that people don’t think about until something goes wrong.
The role of an editor in the tender process
An editor is someone who cultivates the production of a piece of writing so that it becomes the best version possible.
Top tips on how to write a case study
Going beyond simple testimonials, they show the practical aspect of how your organisation has met the needs of your clients, solved a particular problem they have or helped them achieve their goals.
Five steps to delivering a winning business proposal
Business proposals come in all different forms, from a formal tender to an informal email, but whatever the scope and mode of delivery, great business proposals all have a few things in common.
Most common tendering mistakes and how to avoid them
Tenders involve a finely tuned combination of skill, experience and industry knowledge, with multiple factors contributing to a winning bid.
What is a tender document and how do you prepare one?
Organisations often use tenders to help them select a suitable contractor to undertake a major works project, or to supply services or equipment.
Understanding the steps in the tender process
Successful tendering is not just about filling in a bid template with the lowest price. It involves a team of people focused on a complex task that could change the future of your business.
Financial exclusion in Australia
One in seven Australian adults are either fully or severely excluded from accessing basic financial services, according to the largest and most detailed examination of financial exclusion in Australia.