October 12, 2022

Mobility Matters, Episode 7: "How to Approach RFPs and Tenders"

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Mobility Matters, Episode 7: "How to Approach RFPs and Tenders"

The latest episode of Mobility Matters, “How to Approach RFPs and Tenders” is available now on all leading podcast streaming platforms. During the episode, I speak to Cartus’ Karen Marlborough, Director, Strategic Business Solutions, and Ava Norris, Director, Strategic Business Solutions, about how to build a successful tender process.

During the session, our experts explore real-life case studies of well-managed RFPs, the questions that organizations should definitely try to include in questionnaires, and the current trends in the types of topics being covered in tenders today.

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Guest Biographies:

Karen-Marlborough.jpgKaren Marlborough
Karen is a Director, Strategic Business Solutions, at Cartus, providing guidance to human resources and procurement specialists on international relocation. Karen has over 20 years' combined experience in global mobility and temporary housing.


Ava.Norris.jpgAva Norris
Ava is a Director, Strategic Business Solutions at Cartus. She joined Cartus in 2013 and has held a variety of diverse roles across key global client engagements. Through this experience, she brings valuable perspective and strategic guidance to organizations across diverse industry sectors.

If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to learn more at www.cartus.com/podcast or subscribe through your preferred podcast provider by searching for “Cartus Mobility Matters.”

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Based in our Swindon office, Louise has been a member of the global marketing team for over 10 years, working with internal and external stakeholders to deliver key messages. She has experience in marketing, communications, and content development, focusing primarily on the EMEA and APAC regions.

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