Electronic documents often contain embedded information such as tracked changes, editing dates and author details. These may be pieces of information you do not want your reader to see.
It can be very difficult to judge how much information to send in a proposal.
The correct use of English is essential if you want to appear professional.
When writing your proposal you should always consider who you are competing against.
It is possible to significantly reduce your bid preparation time if you have a good library of tender material available.
Do not think that just because you have been invited to tender, you have to do so.
Telepathy is not a skill that many people possess.
Very few customers print proposals in colour and equally few review documents on a screen.
Imagine you are the customer and read the last submission you wrote.
If you lose a bid the feedback you get from clients will usually be succinct.