Blog Welcome to the bid toolkit blog page, the best place to keep up to date with all things bidding. read more ... As part of our guest blogger series we asked Dan Connors of Applied Influence Group to write a post all about the art of influence. read more ... YPO World of ProcurementFind out more about the enabling change through the procurement process session Jeremy will be running at this years event. read more ... Head this way to find out how the second Bids and Procurement LIVE! 2 went... read more ... The unspoken problem in the bid training world read more ... Bids & Procurement LIVE 1 – a recap. Find out what happened at our first breakfast event in London read more ... Post-Brexit procurement regs; an SME’s view read more ... To help your people stand out from the crowd guest blogger, Samantha Shilton has compiled a list of CV must-haves… read more ... What are win themes and why are they important?We often see confused use of the term ‘win themes’ here is our interpretation read more ... It is vital that bids start positively.A good start provides direction to all involved, clarity of actions and drives momentum. read more ... Writing an epic executive summaryWe’re bored of being bored by boring Executive Summaries, follow our top tips for creating EPIC executive summaries read more ... Top tips for researching opportunitiesYou will hear us say time and again that positioning for opportunities before they come out to tender is the single biggest determining factor in winning bids and proposals. read more ... Five things to avoid when biddingWe know that writing a bid proposal isn’t always an easy process so we wanted to share with you our top five things to avoid. read more ... Creating Impactful Case Studiesthe focus of this blog is using case studies to evidence your responses read more ... Knowledge is power - feedback and learning lessonsthis post is all about obtaining feedback on your bids and how you can use it to shape future responses. read more ... the Proposals conundrum - building a winning environment for teams to thrive inthis blog posts focuses on how to you create an environment that helps bid teams to thrive. Looking at areas such as leading by example and having clear roles and responsibilities.