Keeping your Tenders Meaningful

When you are presenting your proposal, ensure your language is correct, meaningful and cannot be misinterpreted. Avoid the use of words like ‘frequently’, and ‘quality’. If you use these, the reader will assume you are deliberately trying to be evasive.

You should also avoid the use of clichés and jargon. The example below illustrates how irritating it can be when trite phrases are overused:
“Exactly. And at the end of the day, absolutely the bottom line is that we need an holistic approach to leveraging these issues. Let’s connect, put our heads together, and discuss it offline. In the meantime, ping me with any insights.”