Winning the Contract: Responding to RFPs and EOIs

Learn how to respond to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) and to generate a higher-quality response that gives you a better chance of winning the contract.

Winning the Contract guides suppliers through the process of building your case and selling your product or service. The quality of your response can help ensure that your solution receives full consideration. In this practical, how-to seminar you will gain the skills you need to create an effective response that best represents your winning project in any professional discipline. You’ll be shown how to identify and employ the best-practices of responding to RFPs and EOIs and you will learn the concepts and procedures to write a quality response that helps you stand out from the competition and increases your chances of success.

Topics Covered: 

• General writing skills for the business environment
• The components of a response
• Best practises regarding RFPs and EOIs
• Determining your value-add
• Tips for suppliers

Who Should Attend:

Business owners, managers, sales professionals and non-profit employees who are responding to RFPs, applying for grants, or submitting sales proposals and want to stand out from the competition.

Locations:

Register by clicking on your prefered City/Town.

City/Town:

Date

Training Location 

Happy Valley-Goose Bay

March 31, 2014 

Hotel North Two 

Gander

April 10, 2014

Hotel Gander

St. John's 

April 14, 2014

Gardiner Centre

Corner Brook

April 16, 2014

Greenwood Inn & Suites

Carbonear 

April 22, 2014

CBDC Trinity Conception

Burin

April 28, 2014

St. Gabriel's Hall

Price: $150 +HST 

Delivered through the support of Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.

Registration:

Register by clicking on your prefered City/Town above. 

For more information contact Melissa Kelly at 709 864-8883 or mkkelly@mun.ca 

 

Instructor: Tamara Reynish

Tamara Reynish is a communications expert with more than 20 years of experience as an editor, writer and instructor. In addition to communications, she specializes in delivering professional development in customer service, marketing and strategic planning.

Responsible for developing countless projects and raising millions of dollars, Tamara has over 15 years of experience writing proposals and related documentation. A member of both the Editors’ Association of Canada and the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, Tamara is also the President of the Literary Arts Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.