Your Business Isn’t Too New to Respond to RFPs!

Contributing Guest Author, The Bid LabProPricer‘s Pricing Magazine, December 2021 Issue Many small or medium-sized businesses think they’re not ready to respond to RFPs. As an RFP consulting company, we’ve heard a plethora of reasons for these ‘why not’s’. Some companies believe they’re too new and lack experience working with government agencies. Some say they…

Looking for Professional RFP Writers to Reduce Your Stress?

Many People are Using the Bid Lab for a Stress-Free Procurement Process and Proposal Writing By Anil Awasthi at Tricity Daily There are professional RFP writers who issue RFIs, collect market research, evaluate your vendors and draft your RFP and process your procurement. The Bid Lab is one of the professionals which does the difficult part of building…

RFPs and Digital Collaboration Platforms

Three Ways To Take Advantage Of The Tools Already At Your Disposal For RFPs Post Written By Maurice Harary, Forbes Councils Member Let’s take a second and imagine what would have happened if a pandemic of this magnitude hit us ten years ago. Team meetings would exist only on conference calls via the telephone. Sharing of…

Review (And Reduce) Unnecessary Business Expenses

14 Important Steps To Help You Review (And Reduce) Unnecessary Business Expenses Post Written By Expert Panel® Forbes Councils Member From software and payroll to equipment rentals, business expenses can add up quickly. To prevent wasting money on unnecessary expenses—and to free up capital for necessary ones—it’s crucial for entrepreneurs to understand where their money is going….

RFP Responses Begin With Human Intelligence

What Is The Role Of AI And Human Intelligence In RFP Responses? An abundance of public and private RFPs are available across industries for small and large businesses alike to bid on. My company specializes in helping small- and medium-sized businesses compete in this sector, so it has been interesting to see the increase in…

4 Small Business Procurement Trends

Four Small Business Procurement Trends — And What They May Mean For Your Company Post Written By Maurice Harary Forbes Councils Member Over the past year, businesses across the globe have ridden the highs and lows of what the pandemic brought in. And, from the perspective of a request-for-proposal consulting company, it has been interesting…

How Companies Can Lead The Way For Generation Z

Post Written By Maurice Harary, Forbes Councils Member If you’re a Baby Boomer, Generation Xer or a millennial, you’ve likely learned the “ways” of the business world organically. Many of my skills came from watching, imitating, listening, eavesdropping, shadowing and doing what I learned from the peers and leaders who surrounded me. As I saw…

No Happy Hours? Here’s How To Network

Post Written By Maurice Harary, Forbes Councils Member If you’re a professional in any level of business, you’ve likely acquired stacks of business cards from the myriad meetings and networking events you’ve attended. From trade shows to happy hours, when I look at the stacks of cards I’ve collected over the years, I like to…

13 Methods To Reach Customers Beyond Your Community

Businesses usually start within their local community. Small and medium enterprises draw a lot of their customers from their local region, and many even hire within the area as well. However, as a business expands, it quickly realizes that the local region may be holding back its growth. There is only a finite amount of consumers within the local catchment area, and the company needs to reach out to more people if it wants to realize its full potential.

16 Strategies For Creating A Positive Employee Experience

Studies have shown that workers who have ideal workplace conditions are more likely to be innovative and creative. It’s up to leaders within the company to set the stage for this sort of mindset. Engaged workers tend to enjoy their work more and are far more productive, but without leaders invested in creating ideal working conditions, employees may consider leaving the company for greener pastures.