As we’re all aware, the UK has left the EU and the public procurement policy transition period following the departure is now coming to an end. There are several minor changes that will affect England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. So, … Continue reading How will the UK’s exit from the EU affect the procurement process?
Social Care – The Background Until 2014 arrangements for social care in England were governed by 60-year-old legislation regarding social care in England. The Care Act 2014 sets out in one place, local authorities’ duties in relation to assessing people’s needs … Continue reading Social Care – The Background
At Winning Tenders, we take great pride in providing expert advice and services to those who are seeking professional bid writing and tender support and guidance. Our team love what they do so we decided to delve into their individual … Continue reading Team Profile: Introducing Nicola Gordon-Thaxter, Bid Manager
Opportunity shared on behalf of The Catalyst The fund is open to charities and other civil society organisations based in England whose operations have been affected by COVID-19 and who need emergency funding to deliver essential digital services. Charities and … Continue reading The Catalyst and The National Lottery Community Fund COVID-19 Digital Response launches today, and we’d love you to be a part of it!
Bid writers have seen many changes in the structure of the competitive contract and processes. The development of small and medium-sized company involvement has led to new opportunities, outlined below. Winning Tenders have a team of experts who can help … Continue reading Three Core Procurement Contracts
At Winning Tenders, we take great pride in providing expert advice and services to those who are seeking professional bid writing and tender support and guidance. Our team love what they do so we decided to delve into their individual … Continue reading Team Profile: Introducing Daniel Perks, Bid Manager
As you probably know, the tender process is multi-faceted and can initially seem overwhelming. We’re going to assume you already have some knowledge on the tender process and understand the various ways in which you become aware of a contract … Continue reading The Tender Process in 10 Steps
I’d assumed that, if someone was suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), then it would show itself relatively quickly after the incident that caused it. However, that is not the case.
Penny Connorton’s experience came from being a carer for an ex-serviceman who had settled down to rural life with a farmhouse, holiday cottages, a herd of milking cows, a few chickens and other idyllic picture-postcard farm animals when the sound of a local siren caused flashbacks and nightmares 20 years after he’d served in Her Majesty’s forces!
Continue reading “Fundraising for Veterans and Emergency Service Personnel Suffering with PTSD”
If a university invites tenders for £10,000,000 per year then there is a jolly good chance that they will have a need for the goods and services you have to offer.
In order to join in the university tender process then you are likely to be asked to register with them before you can apply for tender documents to bid for a specific contract.
Continue reading “Looking for University Tender Opportunities?”
In the new world, where small contracts are consolidated to make it easier for the finance teams to process, it’s fair to assume that you could lose a nice, regular, much needed income stream if you are the smaller business up against larger competitors for what has now been put out to tender.
I asked Ian for a story about how we’d helped a small organisation up against it when the world is changing in front of their very eyes… he share this story…
Continue reading “Local electrician gets a shock when Winning Tenders saves then doubles his business!”