Talent Lab helps companies navigate the complexities of public sector tendering – from pre-positioning and planning to writing, reviewing and training.

Talent Lab’s co-founder and director – Caroline Brock – leads our tendering project-type, applying expertise and knowledge gained through a range of direct contract and framework submissions. This includes successful awards with the Carbon Trust, Environment Agency, High Speed 2, Network Rail, Transport for London and various Local Government departments and councils.

Our approach translates complex and technical content into clear copy and stylish infographics focused on the number one rule of all tendering: answering the question. The simple answer should never be underestimated as it is often harder to achieve than the complex, revealing practical benefits and true value to the client. It is also more elegant and truthful.

Talent Lab’s experience extends across companies of all sizes and industries, from boutique architectural practices, HR and training companies and digital agencies, to mid-sized technical solution developers and Fortune 500 global infrastructure firms. 

Our recent experience involved writing the Guide to Procurement for SMEs as part of the Innovation Driven Procurement (IDP) Programme, a joint collaboration between Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Morgan Sindall. IDP was set up to develop supply chain capacity within construction, focusing especially on the innovations which Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) can bring to the UK’s public work . The guide sought to dispel some of the jargon around the tendering process and bring clarity to those who have never tendered before or were sceptical of winning work from the public sector.  

Talent Lab's tendering services include:
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