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Collaborative Tendering: the Unsolicited Proposal
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By Gavin Tosh

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Getting Business

Making a sale and acquiring new business is crucial to the success. It can be challenging, costly, stressful and exciting. The opportunities seem obvious, the risks less so.

It is all too easy for businesspeople to get carried away with the optimism, urgency and excitement; resulting in unnecessary costs, business lost - or worse - business being obtained on unclear or disadvantageous terms.

 

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Collaborative Tendering: the Unsolicited Proposal
Having considered the threats to the success of your collaborative bidding relationship in the last article, here are some tips on how to succeed.
Published on 30-Jul-12 12:25
By Gavin Tosh
Collaborative Tendering: Part 8
Having considered the threats to the success of your collaborative bidding relationship in the last article, here are some tips on how to succeed.
Published on 25-Jun-12 12:28
By Gavin Tosh
Collaborative Tendering: Part 7
How to get started with a collaborative bid relationship and how to get from there to the position of working together following a successful contract ward. These two questions are uppermost in many minds when the subject of collaborative tendering is raised in discussions with business people who have not yet tried it.
Published on 09-Jul-12 12:18
By Gavin Tosh

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Nothing in these awareness articles are intended as legal advice. If you have a specific legal requirement or query you should consult a solicitor directly.