How to write a quality statement for tenders

When tendering for a contract, you will have to show the buyer that you can be relied upon to deliver the project to the required standard, on time. But how?

This is where a quality statement comes in – a document that explains the skills, experience and expertise that you can bring to the job. Here's how to write one. When a buyer puts a project out to tender, the buyer looks at a whole range of different factors to help choose the right supplier. Key factors might include:

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