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The role of an editor in the tender process

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 08/08/2016

An editor is someone who cultivates the production of a piece of writing so that it becomes the best version possible.

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Top tips on how to write a case study

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 02/06/2016

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.

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Five steps to delivering a winning business proposal

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 03/05/2016

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.

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Most common tendering mistakes and how to avoid them

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 04/02/2016

Tenders involve a finely tuned combination of skill, experience and industry knowledge, with multiple factors contributing to a winning bid.

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What is a tender document and how do you prepare one?

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 04/11/2015

Organisations often use tenders to help them select a suitable contractor to undertake a major works project, or to supply services or equipment.

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Understanding the steps in the tender process

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 26/09/2015

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.

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Financial exclusion in Australia

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 15/06/2015

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.

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How to write an effective press release

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 09/06/2015

A press release is the raw material from which a story is written up, usually by a journalist. Whether it’s about a community fundraiser, the launch of a health service or the opening of a produce market, it’s the press release’s job to provide facts and stimulate interest.

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