• E TENDRE #13 HOW TO UPLOAD TENDER BID IN E TENDER

    E TENDRE #13 HOW TO UPLOAD TENDER BID IN E TENDER. From this tutorial you learn about how to upload tender documents in E Tender portal. How to submit bids in e tender. how to submit other important documents

    published: 20 Jul 2015
  • 1 How to submit a E-Tender using a Digital Signature (From scratch)

    (1 ) How to submit a E-Tender using a Digital Signature (From scratch) Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n08HpXZ-suU As you take on the commercial world , there will be moments when you would be needing to submit online tender's Here we simply expound upon the process Watching this tutorial will help you stay grounded in the face of unknown circumstances on how to file a E tender Here we just touch upon the surface Maybe , in some subsequent tutorials , we will even show the entire process in depth

    published: 04 Jul 2014
  • Top Tips for Tendering

    Find out what you need to know to get started with tendering and submitting tenders from people in the know! This short video by Tanglewood Productions was shot at the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce 'Ride the Wave' event in November 2012 called 'Going for Gold'. The workshop was part of the Ride the Wave business support series funded by Brighton & Hove City Council.

    published: 03 Jan 2013
  • Tender Filling and Submission

    published: 02 Jul 2014
  • Tender Submission

    No Bid Leader It is critical that the bidding organisation has a senior bid leader capable of making decisions and pulling all of the core information together – price, technical detail and message. The wrong leader will make a bid process extremely difficult and potentially unsuccessful. For more information on Tender Presentations visit http://www.tenderwins.co.nz Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tenderwins Twitter - https://twitter.com/tenderwins Pinterest - https://pinterest.com/tenderwins Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114284681667943880585/114284681667943880585/about

    published: 07 Mar 2013
  • What Makes a Quality Tender Submission?

    A high quality tender is one which addresses all aspects of each question and interlinks past experience with added value. As a business you must impress the contracting authority and really stand out from the competition through innovative ideas...Read More: https://www.executivecompass.co.uk/

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • NifnexTV: Overall Image, Presentation & Content when submitting a Proposal / Tender

    Panel Members: Diann Bates, Jamie Vine, Sue Findlay First impression is a lasting impression. When submitting a proposal to a prospective client or a tender, a number of factors need to be considered. Overall image of a business is at stake. Diann: From a creativity and design point of view, Diann will suggest what are the factors to be considered. Jamie: As a virtual & serviced office professional, Jamie will talk about the importance an Image and representation plays in business. Sue: From a tenders and proposals perspective, Sue will address various components of a good proposal and what content and research will make a winning tender/proposal.

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • eTendering in e-SENS

    The e-SENS pilot will implement the necessary technical solutions for secure cross-border e-Tendering submission, authentication and transport of documents within the following processes. The goal is to take e-Procurement to a stage where users are offered services that allow for Europe-wide tendering processes and support for electronic ordering and invoicing across countries, regions and sectors. e-Procurement is listed as one of five highly prioritised cross-border digital public services of vital importance for the Digital Single Market.

    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • Online Tender Submission SRM System

    How to participate in online e tendering using SAP-SRM software

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • How to Resign from a Job

    How to Resign from a Job Resigning from any situation can be uncomfortable. More than that, when you hand in a resignation at your job it can affect the rest of your career. Communication expert Alexa Fischer shares tips to make the conversation as positive as possible. Social http://www.howdini.com/ https://twitter.com/howdini https://www.facebook.com/HowdiniGuru Subscribe to get notified when new How to videos are uploaded http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=howdini

    published: 13 Mar 2014
  • Submitting to Bulk Tenders

    A brief presentation on how to submit bulk wine to a Winescape tender.

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Supplier Submitting Tender Responses

    This video shows how a supplier submits tender responses after reviewing for completeness of question answers, file attachments, and item bids.

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Do's and Don'ts of Tendering by Winning Tenders

    http://www.winningtenders.co.uk - We're professional tender writers helping businesses to win tenders. Here we suggest a few do's and don'ts when handling tenders. Do’s and Don’ts of Tendering DO provide ALL the requested information on time and in the required format. REMEMBER that the date given for a response is normally the last date that a tender can be accepted. Late submissions are normally DISQUALIFIED. DO study the tender documents carefully; answer all the questions properly and show the buyer your capability to carry out the contract. DON’T seek to influence the decision by requesting meetings with the buyer: they can't do that during the tender process. There will normally be a named contact on the tender documents: if in any doubt do contact them for clarification as...

    published: 27 Jul 2015
  • Top 10 tips for tendering for government business - recorded webinar 30 July

    Watch our webinar and learn the top ten tips to drastically improve your tendering success. This webinar will help you: • understand the concept of supply chains and know where your organisation fits on the tiers of supply • be confident in navigating through the key government websites to register as a supplier, search for tender opportunities and view awarded contract information • be aware of the government procurement process and what you need to do to maximise participation • know how to prequalify and what it takes to become an eligible supplier • clearly understand how to increase your chances of tendering success • be aware of the available programs and service offerings which are available to assist your business. Many of the key learning principles covered in this webinar are...

    published: 13 Nov 2013
  • What is CONSTRUCTION BIDDING? What does CONSTRUCTION BIDDING mean? CONSTRUCTION BIDDING meaning

    What is CONSTRUCTION BIDDING? What does CONSTRUCTION BIDDING mean? CONSTRUCTION BIDDING meaning - CONSTRUCTION BIDDING definition - CONSTRUCTION BIDDING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Construction bidding is the process of submitting a proposal (tender) to undertake, or manage the undertaking of a construction project. The process starts with a cost estimate from blueprints and material take offs. The tender is treated as an offer to do the work for a certain amount of money (firm price), or a certain amount of profit (cost reimbursement or cost plus). The tender, which is submitted by the competing firms, is generally based on a bill of quantities, a bill of approximate quantities or other specification...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • Tender & Bidwriting Specialists

    Tender & Bidwriting Specialists save you time and give you space to run your business. Here at Tender & Bids we know that bid writing is just one of the many business needs that you have in your organisation. Our ability to focus exclusively on the bid submission means that the end to end service of our bid planners, researchers, writers, reviewers, and project managers are not dealing with lots of other business issues and work exclusively for you. ‘Winning the Bid’ is not just the name of our e-book it is our reason for being. Our bid writers have an excellent track record of success winning more than we lose. We believe in our ability to win, that is why we offer a shared risk reward price strategy, with our key income coming from a performance related charge. You win! We win! Our organ...

    published: 08 Nov 2015
E TENDRE #13 HOW TO UPLOAD TENDER BID IN E TENDER

E TENDRE #13 HOW TO UPLOAD TENDER BID IN E TENDER

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  • Updated: 20 Jul 2015
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E TENDRE #13 HOW TO UPLOAD TENDER BID IN E TENDER. From this tutorial you learn about how to upload tender documents in E Tender portal. How to submit bids in e tender. how to submit other important documents
https://wn.com/E_Tendre_13_How_To_Upload_Tender_Bid_In_E_Tender
1 How to submit a E-Tender using a Digital Signature (From scratch)

1 How to submit a E-Tender using a Digital Signature (From scratch)

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2014
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(1 ) How to submit a E-Tender using a Digital Signature (From scratch) Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n08HpXZ-suU As you take on the commercial world , there will be moments when you would be needing to submit online tender's Here we simply expound upon the process Watching this tutorial will help you stay grounded in the face of unknown circumstances on how to file a E tender Here we just touch upon the surface Maybe , in some subsequent tutorials , we will even show the entire process in depth
https://wn.com/1_How_To_Submit_A_E_Tender_Using_A_Digital_Signature_(From_Scratch)
Top Tips for Tendering

Top Tips for Tendering

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  • Updated: 03 Jan 2013
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Find out what you need to know to get started with tendering and submitting tenders from people in the know! This short video by Tanglewood Productions was shot at the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce 'Ride the Wave' event in November 2012 called 'Going for Gold'. The workshop was part of the Ride the Wave business support series funded by Brighton & Hove City Council.
https://wn.com/Top_Tips_For_Tendering
Tender Filling and Submission

Tender Filling and Submission

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  • Updated: 02 Jul 2014
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Tender Submission

Tender Submission

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  • Updated: 07 Mar 2013
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No Bid Leader It is critical that the bidding organisation has a senior bid leader capable of making decisions and pulling all of the core information together – price, technical detail and message. The wrong leader will make a bid process extremely difficult and potentially unsuccessful. For more information on Tender Presentations visit http://www.tenderwins.co.nz Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tenderwins Twitter - https://twitter.com/tenderwins Pinterest - https://pinterest.com/tenderwins Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114284681667943880585/114284681667943880585/about
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What Makes a Quality Tender Submission?

What Makes a Quality Tender Submission?

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  • Updated: 25 Mar 2014
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A high quality tender is one which addresses all aspects of each question and interlinks past experience with added value. As a business you must impress the contracting authority and really stand out from the competition through innovative ideas...Read More: https://www.executivecompass.co.uk/
https://wn.com/What_Makes_A_Quality_Tender_Submission
NifnexTV: Overall Image, Presentation & Content when submitting a Proposal / Tender

NifnexTV: Overall Image, Presentation & Content when submitting a Proposal / Tender

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  • Updated: 09 Jul 2014
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Panel Members: Diann Bates, Jamie Vine, Sue Findlay First impression is a lasting impression. When submitting a proposal to a prospective client or a tender, a number of factors need to be considered. Overall image of a business is at stake. Diann: From a creativity and design point of view, Diann will suggest what are the factors to be considered. Jamie: As a virtual & serviced office professional, Jamie will talk about the importance an Image and representation plays in business. Sue: From a tenders and proposals perspective, Sue will address various components of a good proposal and what content and research will make a winning tender/proposal.
https://wn.com/Nifnextv_Overall_Image,_Presentation_Content_When_Submitting_A_Proposal_Tender
eTendering in e-SENS

eTendering in e-SENS

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  • Updated: 22 Jun 2015
  • views: 1033
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The e-SENS pilot will implement the necessary technical solutions for secure cross-border e-Tendering submission, authentication and transport of documents within the following processes. The goal is to take e-Procurement to a stage where users are offered services that allow for Europe-wide tendering processes and support for electronic ordering and invoicing across countries, regions and sectors. e-Procurement is listed as one of five highly prioritised cross-border digital public services of vital importance for the Digital Single Market.
https://wn.com/Etendering_In_E_Sens
Online Tender Submission SRM System

Online Tender Submission SRM System

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  • Updated: 24 Feb 2015
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How to participate in online e tendering using SAP-SRM software
https://wn.com/Online_Tender_Submission_Srm_System
How to Resign from a Job

How to Resign from a Job

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2014
  • views: 59303
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How to Resign from a Job Resigning from any situation can be uncomfortable. More than that, when you hand in a resignation at your job it can affect the rest of your career. Communication expert Alexa Fischer shares tips to make the conversation as positive as possible. Social http://www.howdini.com/ https://twitter.com/howdini https://www.facebook.com/HowdiniGuru Subscribe to get notified when new How to videos are uploaded http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=howdini
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Submitting to Bulk Tenders

Submitting to Bulk Tenders

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2015
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A brief presentation on how to submit bulk wine to a Winescape tender.
https://wn.com/Submitting_To_Bulk_Tenders
Supplier Submitting Tender Responses

Supplier Submitting Tender Responses

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  • Updated: 03 May 2016
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This video shows how a supplier submits tender responses after reviewing for completeness of question answers, file attachments, and item bids.
https://wn.com/Supplier_Submitting_Tender_Responses
Do's and Don'ts of Tendering by Winning Tenders

Do's and Don'ts of Tendering by Winning Tenders

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2015
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http://www.winningtenders.co.uk - We're professional tender writers helping businesses to win tenders. Here we suggest a few do's and don'ts when handling tenders. Do’s and Don’ts of Tendering DO provide ALL the requested information on time and in the required format. REMEMBER that the date given for a response is normally the last date that a tender can be accepted. Late submissions are normally DISQUALIFIED. DO study the tender documents carefully; answer all the questions properly and show the buyer your capability to carry out the contract. DON’T seek to influence the decision by requesting meetings with the buyer: they can't do that during the tender process. There will normally be a named contact on the tender documents: if in any doubt do contact them for clarification as this could save you time and money. If you are shortlisted, you'll be invited to meet the tender evaluation panel. DO provide clear and concise contact details: email address, website and phone numbers. DO thoroughly check your prices and data before finally submitting tender pricing schedules. DO review your policies on a regular basis to ensure that they comply with current regulations. DON”T send glossy brochures or any other information that has not been requested. DO complete ALL sections of the tender document and ensure that you comply fully with the buyer’s terms and conditions. DO ensure that you get a receipt of delivery for your tender submission - signed for or proof of postage if ‘hard copy’ is required or an email ‘read’ receipt if sent electronically. DON’T seek to amend your offer in any way after it has been submitted. DO ask for a de-brief – whether you are successful or not. It’s important to learn what you did right and how you can improve your chances next time. DON’T give up if at first you don’t succeed: try and try again, just as you would in any other sales activity. And don’t be afraid to ask for expert help to improve your chances of success.
https://wn.com/Do's_And_Don'ts_Of_Tendering_By_Winning_Tenders
Top 10 tips for tendering for government business - recorded webinar 30 July

Top 10 tips for tendering for government business - recorded webinar 30 July

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2013
  • views: 5266
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Watch our webinar and learn the top ten tips to drastically improve your tendering success. This webinar will help you: • understand the concept of supply chains and know where your organisation fits on the tiers of supply • be confident in navigating through the key government websites to register as a supplier, search for tender opportunities and view awarded contract information • be aware of the government procurement process and what you need to do to maximise participation • know how to prequalify and what it takes to become an eligible supplier • clearly understand how to increase your chances of tendering success • be aware of the available programs and service offerings which are available to assist your business. Many of the key learning principles covered in this webinar are directly transferrable when tendering for the private sector major projects. Learn more about tendering http://www.business.qld.gov.au/business/running/winning-new-business Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/businessqldgov http://twitter.com/Businessqldgov
https://wn.com/Top_10_Tips_For_Tendering_For_Government_Business_Recorded_Webinar_30_July
What is CONSTRUCTION BIDDING? What does CONSTRUCTION BIDDING mean? CONSTRUCTION BIDDING meaning

What is CONSTRUCTION BIDDING? What does CONSTRUCTION BIDDING mean? CONSTRUCTION BIDDING meaning

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2017
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What is CONSTRUCTION BIDDING? What does CONSTRUCTION BIDDING mean? CONSTRUCTION BIDDING meaning - CONSTRUCTION BIDDING definition - CONSTRUCTION BIDDING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Construction bidding is the process of submitting a proposal (tender) to undertake, or manage the undertaking of a construction project. The process starts with a cost estimate from blueprints and material take offs. The tender is treated as an offer to do the work for a certain amount of money (firm price), or a certain amount of profit (cost reimbursement or cost plus). The tender, which is submitted by the competing firms, is generally based on a bill of quantities, a bill of approximate quantities or other specifications which enable the tenders to attain higher levels of accuracy, the statement of work. For instance, a bill of quantities is a list of all the materials (and other work such as amount of excavation) of a project which have sufficient detail to obtain a realistic cost, or rate per described item of work/material. The tenders should not only show the unit cost per material/work, but should also if possible, break it down to labour, plant and material costs. In this way the individual who is selecting the tender will be quite confident that the tender is feasible. Bids are not only chosen on cost alone. Sometimes contractors submit lower tenders to win the contract and win the work. Either the costs that the contractor incurs are greater than the price he is charging the client (as a consequence of a lower tender determining the contract sum), and thus is likely to go insolvent, or he will claim for "loss and/or expense" due to discrepancies in the contract documents (this can be done deliberately). The lowest tender is not always a feasible tender. The lowest tender is the most likely to increase the contract sum the most throughout the course of the project. Bid solicitation is the process of making published construction data readily available to interested parties, including construction managers, contractors, and the public. There are several services, including government entities and private plan rooms, that allow project owners to release project details to solicit and obtain contractor bids. These services act as a gateway for project owners to release project information to a large group of contractors, general contractors or subcontractors in an attempt to solicit bids. Many of these services are subscription based or charge a flat rate for project data. Depending upon the language in the bid proposal, a subcontracting construction company could make its bid final, and, if accepted, a legally enforceable contract is created. In these circumstances, upon determination by the general contractor that a bid is the lowest offer, it can accept the bid and upon acceptance, a subcontractor cannot renege or revoke its offer. The language of the bid or offer can impact the court's determination of whether the subcontractor intended for further negotiations to take place, or whether the bid was intended to be an option or unilateral agreement to enter into a contract upon acceptance of the offer. The most common methods of construction project delivery include design-bid-build (DBB), the design-build (DB), the construction-manager-as-constructor approach and a negotiated approach. Each of these methods have advantages and disadvantages and they all can be used to successfully plan, design and undertake a given construction project.
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Tender & Bidwriting Specialists

Tender & Bidwriting Specialists

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  • Updated: 08 Nov 2015
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Tender & Bidwriting Specialists save you time and give you space to run your business. Here at Tender & Bids we know that bid writing is just one of the many business needs that you have in your organisation. Our ability to focus exclusively on the bid submission means that the end to end service of our bid planners, researchers, writers, reviewers, and project managers are not dealing with lots of other business issues and work exclusively for you. ‘Winning the Bid’ is not just the name of our e-book it is our reason for being. Our bid writers have an excellent track record of success winning more than we lose. We believe in our ability to win, that is why we offer a shared risk reward price strategy, with our key income coming from a performance related charge. You win! We win! Our organisation and our writers are all vested in your success. We guarantee that we will not provide your competitors with a competing tender in response to an ITT Lot or location. – First come is the only one served! While we would always advocate enabling our service with the longest lead time possible we have built a rapid response unit who will expedite your submission. We offer specialist Multi-bid, Multi-partner, Multi-writer solutions for organisations wanting or needing to produce multiple bids across multiple partners, using multi-writers where project managers coordinate the bidding team and coordinate with the client. To learn how you can get the best out of your tender writing processes and increase your conversion rates, download your free report “The Winning Bid: The Route to Effective Bid Writing” – now. Scribbler text (not for presenting) Save you time End to end service A track record that wins more than it loses Non-compete guarantee Shared risk and reward - You win we win Rapid response and short notice submissions Project managed multi bids Multi partner, Consortium and SPV bids Multi writer teams
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