Bid Management-one of the most difficult jobs there is

Be it invitation to tender for software packages, a PFI project, or even a World Bank Bid in a third world country. All are stressful and difficult in an increasingly challenging business environment. Bid Managers are professionals that sit between sales and project staff. Their key role is to present a proposal to a client that meets his business and cost objectives, whilst minimizing risk and maximising profit for their own company. Bid Management Consultancy and Training – tailored to your company’s requirements.

The Bid Manager provides consultancy, outsourcing, bid or tender writing and training as well as being an experienced international speaker who can be your key speaker on bid management, risk management, bid evaluation and general management. We are the proud designers of SuperBid – our bid methodology to assist you in preparing winning bids – if you see the methods anywhere else – they came from us!

We provide four different bid management training courses:

  1. FastTrack © Bid Management
  2. FastTrack © Effective Bid Management
  3. FastTrack © Winning Solution
  4. FastTrack © Funding for Profit

Our FastTrack © series – provides these course on site – at your own business. We can tailor each of our courses and our workshops to your own company’s requirements.

For the benefit of those who wish to train at their own desks in their own time we also provide three of these courses in CD format - under our course brand "OnTrack".

This is the perfect training solution for aspiring and improving bid managers everywhere who may not be able to attend an on site training course.

The Structure of All of Our Courses During all our training courses the Golden Rules of Large Bid are established:

  1. Be Prepared
  2. Manage Risk
  3. Address Business Problems
  4. Anticipate Complexity
  5. Comply with Bid Rules


Questions and workshops are provided to practise lessons learnt. During FastTrack courses the lecturer is available to answer any other ad hoc questions.