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Addressing the Client’s Needs from the First Invitation

Never forget the ‘bigger picture’ when reading a client’s invitation to tender.

Try to establish why they are tendering and where the work fits in the wider context of their industry. You may identify an unstated need such as a requirement for subcontractor management or specification flexibility. Responding to these needs could give you the winning edge and/or justify a more generous price.