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Strategic Tendering for Professional Services

Win More, Lose Less

Improve your pitches and overall tendering process with this practical guide to winning bids in professional services firms.
EAN: 9781789668445
Edition: 2
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

WINNER: Business Book Awards 2018 - 'Selling The Dream' category (1st edition)

In an increasingly competitive professional services sector, it is vital that firms have an effective tendering strategy. The advantages gained from winning and retaining clients can be transformative, and the cost of losing key tenders can be catastrophic.

Strategic Tendering for Professional Services provides end-to-end best practice guidance, from the crucial decision of which request-for-proposals to respond to, right through to the all important face-to-face presentation and post-pitch follow-up.

Now in its second edition, this practical book captures insights from both sides of the market through interviews with both proposal professionals and decision makers from the client side. Focusing on key considerations, including the need for diversity and inclusion, providing evidence of global citizenship and how public sector pitching differs from the private sector, this book is packed with features and tools to help professionals turn guidance into practice.

Strategic Tendering for Professional Services is the essential guide to improving your pitches, honing your tendering skills and boosting your win rate.

About the authors

Matthew Fuller is Head of Business Development, Americas & EMEA at White & Case, based in London, UK. He has led global business development and marketing teams at Allen & Overy and Herbert Smith, and has run training programmes throughout the world advising partners on proposals best practice.

Tim Nightingale is a founding director of Nisus Consulting, providing market research and client insight services to the professional services sector. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a full member of the Market Research Society and a member of the Professional Services Marketing Group (PSMG). He is based in Kent, UK.