Improve Your Tender Success Rate

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Thornton & Lowe possess the specialist skills to guide and support your business through the difficulties of tender writing.

  • We have a first class tender writing team in Birmingham, including bid directors, bid managers and specialist bid writers with vast experience both writing tender documents for buyers and developing outstanding tender submissions, ensuring your bid stands out from your competition.
  • We can work with you to help develop and tailor all aspects of your tender including your RFP, RFQ, PQQ & ITT submissions, to ensure that you offer the most competitive response possible.
  • Our team of expert bid writers have vast experience in developing outstanding and effective tender submissions. In fact, we have over 100 years experience between us.
  • Our team of bid management professionals have extensive experience successfully completing tenders across various sectors.
  • We maintain an impressive 80% plus success rate in tendering and over 90% success rate for PQQ assessments.

Complete the form on the right to receive a free no obligation quote and find out how we can make a difference and help you improve your tender success.

The Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce have been working exclusively with Thornton & Lowe for in excess of 12 months. This has included providing a range of training, consultancy, and support services for our members, who are looking to bid and tender for contracts in the public sector. We have found them to provide an excellent source of public procurement and tender expertise, but at a level that is accessible and engaging for our SME members. We would not hesitate to recommend their services to other organisations looking to engage their members or local SME businesses into the public-sector procurement process.
— Mandy Canny, Director of Membership, Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce

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