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Episode description

Join Mike and Jeremy as they interview Charlotte Rees, founder of Women in Bids and Proposals. They discuss the WiBAP movement and conference, as well finding our Charlotte's bidding heaven and hell. 

The give away is a free copy of one of Mike's favourite books, Predatory Thinking by Dave Trott. For a chance to win, listen to the end of the podcast to get hold of the entry hashtag and then tweet or post on LinkedIn and give us your feedback on the episode!


Links from today's show:

Mike's Short Thoughts blog, containing Mike's business development, tendering and bidding, marketing and strategy musings:

Information on Jeremy's business, Growth Ignition,  who are a marketing, business development, capture and bidding consulting, training and enabling tech company. :6460748079535570944" rel="nofollow">

In the bidding space, Growth Ignition offer a digital and training product set  called the bid toolkit. It’s a simple step by step online process and guide for delivering winning bids and is a constant reference point for your whole team and training tool throughout the bid lifecycle.

Contact Mike or Jeremy on twitter: @mike_reader, @jeremy_brim, or via email at

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