Our approach to RFP tender copy
The first step to attracting quality bidders is giving them something of quality to bid on. That starts with a well-written RFP. And that doesn’t necessarily mean easy to read, because some companies we’ve worked with asked us specifically to make it difficult. So we did. They had far fewer submissions, but they were all from the right vendors. And they got just the firm they needed.
When we put an RFP together, we picture the winner and write to them. Well, first we ask our client how they see the winner, and we appropriate that. Because it’s not about us.
RFP tender copyediting and proofreading
You’re never going to attract quality bidders if you’re sloppy, because what self-respecting CEO would work with a sloppy client unless that client was paying a truckload of money? So unless you actually have a truckload of money, spend a bit extra to make sure your copy’s as tight and perfect as can be.
French translation for RFP tenders
Looking for resources in the French market? No problem. Write your RFP as you see fit, then send it over to us to be translated by a real person who’ll capture every nuance. And we’ll adhere to any specific guidelines your firm follows.