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Privacy & Cookies Policy

Privacy & Cookies Policy


This policy applies to personal information collected on websites owned or controlled by Propeller Studios Ltd and its brands – EasyBOP, EasySmartForms and EasyPQQ (collectively referred to in this policy as “we”, “us” or “our”).

We comply with data protection legislation such as the Data Protection Act 1998. This regulates the processing of personal data relating to you and grants you various rights in respect of your personal data.

The aim of this policy is to tell you how we will use any personal information we collect or you provide through our websites. Please read it carefully before you proceed. The data controller in respect of this website is Propeller Studios Ltd.

What personal information do we collect?

You do not have to give us any personal information in order to use most of this website.
However, if you wish to request further information or a demonstration of our software we may collect the following personal information from you:
name, company, phone number and email address.
You may also choose to provide additional voluntary information in the course of your use of this website.

In addition, we may automatically collect information about the website that you came from or are going to. We also collect information about the pages of this website which you visit, IP addresses, the type of browser you use and the times you access this website. However, this information is aggregated and is not used to identify you.

How will your personal information be used and shared?

The personal information we collect allows us to:

  • provide the products and services you have requested to know more about;
  • administer our website and provide customer services;
  • meet legal, regulatory and compliance requirements;
  • gather management information to form statistical and trend analysis;
  • communicate with you;
  • investigate any complaints about this website;
  • personalise your experience of this website; and
  • contact you about our products and services which we think might be of interest to you (where we have the appropriate permissions to do so; please see Paragraph 4 for more information).

We may employ the services of third party service providers to help us in certain areas, such as website hosting, maintenance, call centre operation. In some cases the third party may receive your information. However, at all times, we will control and be responsible for the use of your information.

We may use aggregated information so we can administer and improve our website, analyse trends and gather broad demographic information.

Marketing Communications

We may from time to time contact you by email, telephone or post about our products and services (including from all our brands) that may be of interest to you.

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Bid Writing Course

Bid Writing Course – Book your place now!

Bid Writing Course – Book your place now!

We are delivering another bid writing course for anyone with a responsibility for writing, managing and winning bids.

This event will be an ideal opportunity to enhance your bid writing skills and gain the latest insights from bid experts. Therefore, our training courses will give you the skills and tools to be successful.

Date: Thursday 17th October 2019

Time: 09:30am – 3.30pm

Venue: De Vere West One

Ticket Types: Delegate rate (£310+ VAT)

There is a 5% discount rate for EasyPQQ Customers. Contact Rebecca at to receive the reduction code if you are a customer.

Link to book:

What you will gain from the day:

RECEIVE the latest bid writing tools and presentation tips to win more work

LEARN new strategies for improving your tender success rate

REVIEW & EXPLORE case study examples of best practice in bids

Who should attend?

This bid writing course will specifically benefit anyone involved in proposal or bid production. Whether you write, coordinate or manage bids, this training will equip you with the tools to help you win more tenders. Therefore, it is suitable for bid writers of all levels.

Who is the day led by?

The bid writing course is delivered by Propeller’s experienced bid writing professionals, who secured in excess of £18bn worth of contract opportunities and contracts for our clients.

About Propeller Studios

Propeller Studios have a team of experienced bid consultants, professionals and experts.

Propeller’s bid writing team are proven bid winners. In addition, we provide qualified and experienced support to help you win more contracts.

With a wealth of multi-sector expertise, plus experience working with businesses of all sizes, we craft persuasive winning bids.

Here’s what previous delegates had to say about the course:

“The bid writing course opened my eyes as to the processes involved with planning and executing a bid.” London-based Contractor

“The event was very informative. As a result, it allowed us to familiarise with the key principle to ensure we are still hitting the mark.” Civil Engineering Contractor

“I found the event very helpful to help future bid submissions.” Northern Irish Contractor

“All sections of the course were applicable and easily understood. Very useful.” Contracting and Interior fit-out group

“The most insightful part of the day was listening to Propeller’s industry and sector knowledge and understanding how they incorporate this into their submissions.” Rexel – Electrical Products Provider

“Although not in the construction industry, I am able to apply the learnings to my own industry’s requirements. Propeller covered everything I feel I need to improve my bids.” McCrudden Training

“Propeller delivered a good bid writing course at the right pace.” Thorn Baker Recruitment

“Very relevant course, with some really useful tips on how to improve our PQQs. It was great to hear an experienced, unbiased view and advice of the correct bidding process.” Npower

Social Housing

High scores for client on social housing contract

High scores for client on social housing contract

The Client

Our client is a Hertfordshire based SME providing commercial and domestic heating to public sector clients. They cover North, West and South London and the Home Counties in the social housing sector. They specialise in working with registered social landlords, local authorities and commercial projects. This includes sheltered housing schemes and central heating installation, repairs and maintenance.

Why the client approached us

The client is active in the social housing sector. However, they were over resourced in the West London area, as a result of their partnerships with large London based housing association clients. With demands on delivering operational work, they needed external professional bid writing expertise during a busy period.

The contract they wanted to win was completing heating, servicing and repairs for a borough council. In addition, the contract included boiler installations, service and repair of renewable technologies and water inspection.

How we added value:

We supported the client at the ITT procurement stage with bid project management, bid consultancy and graphic design services.

A Bid Manager was assigned to the client to act as a liaison point between both teams. This included managing the team’s workload and providing regular updates to the client.

The Propeller team took on the bid preparation process by producing and issuing initial answer plans for a bid workshop. Our team identified relevant content that could be tailored for this submission from their previous work.

We held a focused workshop at the client’s address to build a relationship with them. Our team did this to develop the evidence to support their bid and to agree their proposals for this new contract. Our bid writing was supported by informative graphic design and development of the client’s identity. This was to mirror the new corporate imagery they had recently developed. 

For our responses to be bespoke to the client, we needed as much relevant evidence from similar projects as possible. We successfully demonstrated that the client worked to an exceptional standard in their region.


Our client gained the maximum score for the quality section of the tender, beating a large, nationally recognised contractor on the quality and technical section. The client now comes to us for all business-critical procurement as a result of the high scores gained.

Sector: Social Housing

Awarding Authority: Guildford Borough Council

Value: £3,250,000

Services provided:

What happened next with this client? We helped them to succeed in a later bid. Read the case study to find out.

Regional Heating Contractor

Regional Heating Contractor wins G15 tender

Regional Heating Contractor wins G15 tender

The Client

Our client is a Hertfordshire based Regional Heating Contractor providing commercial and domestic heating to public sector clients throughout London and the Home Counties. The company repairs, maintains and installs gas heating systems within many registered social housing and local authority properties.

Why the client approached us

Having delivered the highest quality score for a previous tender, the client was keen to engage our services for this high-profile tender for a G15 housing association. As a Regional Heating Contractor, the client needed support with a tender that would allow the provision of heating servicing, maintenance and installation across London specific Lots.

How we added value

We supported the client throughout the procurement process, at both the PQQ, tender and also the Interview stage, highlighting the strength and quality of their proposal with specific and relevant examples. This gave the client the confidence in our client’s experience and capability of delivering the services required to consistently high-quality standards.

Propeller were responsible for writing responses for quality and technical questions, including; demonstrating evidence of successfully delivering the gas servicing and maintenance works contract, how the appointment of the client benefited the contracting authority and its residents, and how the organisation implemented GDPR effectively for compliance.

Our team revisited and reviewed the ITT submission and PQQ to ensure that the interview content was consistent. We were responsible for gathering information on the following topics:

  • Partnering & Partnership Development
  • Performance Management
  • Customer Management
  • Social Value
  • Value for Money

We gathered content and compiled a presentation for the client’s interview and we coached them on how to be successful at the interview stage. They found this extremely beneficial, as it gave them the confidence to succeed.


Our client won the contract for their preferred lot area. 

Awarding Authority: G15 Housing Association

Sector: Social Housing 

Value: £1,150,000

Services provided:

Want to find out more about our previous work with this client? You can read about it here.

Network Rail CP6 win

Propeller client wins Network Rail’s CP6 Framework

Propeller client wins Network Rail’s CP6 Framework

The Client

Our client is a multi-disciplinary rail company working across the UK. They are experts in signalling, and work in the P-Way and Civils sector. One of the client’s greatest assets is their vast wealth of experience they have in delivering signalling solutions worldwide. Their sole objective was to win the Network Rail CP6 contract.

Why the client approached us

A senior executive of our client’s organisation had worked with our team in a previous work capacity. They were previously successful with Propeller and recognised that our bid team continue to be bid writing experts in the rail sector. It made sense to our client to engage with a trusted organisation with a proven reputation for winning Network Rail contracts.

How we added value

We supported our client through the PQQ/SQ and ITT stages of the contract. We provided the client with our project management service, where we assign a Project Manager to all submission projects we undertake. This involved client liaison, assigning resources for the team’s workload, and constantly reviewing the work as it progressed.

For this client, we acted as a critical friend and reviewed all their first drafts. At the PQQ/SQ stage, we provided the client with feedback and comments. The Propeller team undertook a final review and provided them with feedback. The same team at Propeller was assigned to the ITT stage for continuity. Topics that needed covering included:

  • Health & Safety
  • Sustainability
  • Technical & Quality
  • Diversity
  • Resource & Planning

Our client also benefited from our graphic design service. Our Graphic Design team laid out a vast amount of written content in very restrictive margins. Our graphic designers and artworkers also worked with the bid team to create and design a suite of infographics, charts and tables.


The client was successful in winning the CP6 Minor Signalling Framework. The framework award is one of the most substantial of Network Rail’s CP6 contracts to be let following the Office of Rail and Road’s final determination, which confirmed £35bn of funding for rail maintenance and renewals. The Commercial Manager of our client’s organisation said:

“We are pleased to be able to formally confirm that we have been successfully awarded the framework contract for Network Rail’s CP6 Minor Signalling works. We would like to thank Propeller for your work in supporting both our PQQ and Tender submissions and for providing a high-quality input to both help us shape our responses and provide an effective presentation.”

Sector: Rail

Awarding Authority: Network Rail

Value: £215 Million

Services provided:

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