How adaptable are you to change?
19th of Feb 2019
Adapting to change?
Well, who'd have thought a pair of glasses would inspire anybody to make a video? Well, today they have, and I'll tell you why. I picked these glasses up on
Why Conquest Noticeboard is at the end of the...
4th of Jan 2019
In this short video, I explain why Conquest Noticeboard is at the end of the road and how you can access more contract and quote opportunities.
How to find Un-Advertised Sales Leads.
22nd of Nov 2018
Tenders are a great source of leads, But we also have a new unique source of leads as well.
By thinking out of the box, there are thousands of opportunities waiting for you in o
How To Collect High Quality Leads.
20th of Nov 2018
You need to think out of the box!
After over 40 years in the Procurement and Supply Chain profession across multiple sectors globally, we know a bit about how companies and publ
Unite calls for âtoilet dignityâ on site.
19th of Nov 2018
Unite is calling for construction sites to have better toilet facilities, saying that they are “usually disgusting”.
Thousands of workers are being denied toilet dignity in the
Bid race starts for Â£435m HS2 Birmingham sta...
19th of Nov 2018
HS2 has given the signal for bid prequalification to start for Birmingham Curzon Street station.
Around four contractors will be shortlisted to bid for the design and build dea
Time is Money, How Much Are You Wasting?
16th of Nov 2018
So, as I sit here on this misty Friday afternoon, I have a warm sense of achievement, as I do most days. I am happy with the progress we have made as a business, and the clients we
Big fines for Civils Contractor following gas...
8th of Nov 2018
A civil engineering contractor has been fined Â£60,000 after rupturing a gas pipe with a digger during construction works.
And the gas company called out to fix it has been fine
Construction firms battle rising costs.
6th of Nov 2018
Most of the construction industry experienced modest growth in the third quarter of 2018, following a weather-related boost to activity in the second quarter, according to the surv