The bid toolkit has won Vendor of the Year at the annual APMP global awards.
Due to Covid 19 the award ceremony hasn’t gone ahead in Nashville as part of Bid and a Proposal Con as planned. Instead the winning individuals, chapters and fellows have been recognised at the APMP’s virtual celebration- Week of Winners.
The APMP Vendor of the Year award honours one vendor who has gone above and beyond in advancing the profession and receives lots of nominations from across the globe.
Since it’s launch in 2018 the bid toolkit has been dedicated to bringing together the bidding and procurement communities with their regular events and thought pieces. Their bid process is renowned in the bidding community for aiding the successful and stress free submission of bids, whilst their bid training offering has cemented their status as leaders within the sector.
Jeremy Brim, Founder of the bid toolkit said of the win: “It’s a great achievement to have won this award especially as we were up against such strong competition from Strategic Proposals and Upland Qvidian. We’ve worked really hard on building our brand and offerings over the past two years so it’s great to be recognised within the community ”
During the award ceremony Mike Walsh, Chair of APMP’s Board of Directors said “the bid toolkit has done some outstanding work to promote this industry, we really appreciate vendors like the bid toolkit doing all they can to advance the cause!”
Rick Harris, APMP Chief Executive Officer added “They are a new company and a new ATO so this is an impressive win”
The APMP is the worldwide authority for professionals dedicated to the process of winning business through proposals, bids, capture, business development and presentations. APMP is a non-profit membership organization founded in August 1989 and has over 10,000 members and is frequently growing in 27 active chapters worldwide.