Shipleywins announces plans to scale up India operations

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Global leader in Bids and Proposals Management Services, Shipleywins has announced plans to expand its footprint in India. Over the last six years since its foray into the Indian market, the company has helped over thirty organizations win new projects, more efficiently. Having trained and assisted clients win over 80 per cent of project bids, Shipleywins will now focus on reaching out to Indian organizations with potential to win international projects and help them close execution gap in Business Winning. The company will be gradually adding offices across all major metros in the country.

Shipleywins’ US HQ – Shipley Associates recently completed 50 successful years in the domain. The organization operates and provides its services to 19 countries globally including countries in Africa and LATAM.

“We presently serve the global market with high profile corporate accounts across the Asia Pacific region, the USA and the UK. Our service offerings in India are an extension of the same but tweaked to the needs of Indian organizations. So far, Shipleywins has extensively worked with some of the most reputed organizations in India’s IT services sector and going forward, we intend to extend our services to organizations across other industries. Specifically, we plan to reach out to companies with the potential of winning international projects and assist them in their endeavour. We are looking at expanding our reach in the country both by increasing our geographical presence as well as by strengthening our marketing outreach,” says Mr Sam Singh, Managing Partner, Shipleywins.

Shipleywins will also be part of BPC Asia 2022 in Mumbai on the 15th and 16th of September 2022. It is the largest event in Asia for proposal, bid, tender, capture, business development, and graphics professionals. The Chairman of Shipleywins (India) and Shipley U.K., Mr Tony Birch will be a keynote speaker at the event.

“Over the last six years, we have realized how price sensitive the Indian market is. However, there is also an entire segment of Indian organizations across sectors that are globally competitive but fall short of making the right impression at the Request for Proposal (RFP) positioning. This is where we step in and help organizations to make the process of bids, proposals, and negotiations most efficient. We recently completed 50 years in this LOB and strongly believe that our consultants can make a positive impact on business winning capability,” concludes Mr Singh.