Procurement is needed to acquire goods and services for a business. Most businesses attain their clients through competitive bidding. Two of the most common procurement methods are extending an invitation to bid and sending a request for proposals. Though these methods seem similar there are some significant differences between the two.
Writing a bid proposal can be easy when you have the right skills and comprehension of the bid requirements. With this knowledge is can be easy to win, but sometimes you may lose as well. If it’s a loss, never give up and always try harder. You never know, maybe the next project might be yours. Not every person gets every project that they place a bid on. However, you have higher chances of winning if your bid proposal is effective enough.
Since bid writing is very time consuming, any bid writer would be familiar with the standard teasing such as, “you must be drinking a lot of coffee” or “you probably don’t like your family a lot”. Every bid writer struggles with the tight deadlines and long working hours. It is very important to learn how to manage your time and juggle your workload to avoid burn-out.
Let’s ask ourselves some simple questions: Do you remember the passion and drive you had on your first day at work? Do you still feel the same enthusiasm at work? Or do you feel that the constant pressure and struggle have sucked out all your energy and optimism? Did you grow as much as your …