An article by Neville Merritt, Director, Pure Potential Development Ltd
The key to effective proposal resourcing to help you produce a compelling document by good management and not good luck by Sarah Hinchliffe
Glossary of terms and acronyms in marketing professions today
Summary and presentation slides from the Marketing & Sales group meeting
Analysis of member survey responses.
Debates on the Executive Summary Question by Sarah Hinchliffe
This is a guest blog written by James Caulfield, Head of Business Development at Goodman Derrick.
Guest blog post by Esperance Barreto, Content Manager at Mastek UK
Guest blog post by Keith Browning, Marketing Manager, UK & Ireland, LinkedIn Sales Solutions
Highlights of the techUK Annual Dinner 2016, held at The Dorchester Hotel
Apply for the prestigious awards and get recognised for your business achievements
Julian David, CEO of techUK sets out initial five point plan in response to Brexit vote
As voters go to the polls, the tech industry makes its voice heard on the EU referendum.
Government Backed Incubator Seeks to Attract Newcomers to Cyber-Security
Newsletter - a well-executed one will help you achieve your marketing goals.
By Esperance Barreto, Content Manager at Mastek UK
What makes a great webinar? An article by Neville Merritt, Director at Pure Potential Development Ltd
Sarah Hinchliffe presents a 101 guide to selling to the public sector
Respond to our member survey which should only take 5-10 minutes to complete, and will close on 6 May.
Sarah Hinchliffe explores how the ancient art of public oratory can help you build more compelling proposals
Experienced IT buyers provide insight into what we are doing well and what we could be doing better
The impact on enterprise purchases from analyst recommendations
Three tips to help PR professionals to transform existing offerings and provide real value to customers. Article by Esperance Barreto, Content Manager at Mastek UK
An article by Sarah Hinchliffe explaining the importance of translating your market offerings into customer value in your written proposals
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