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APMP Announces PleaseTech as a Silver-Level Sponsor

Wednesday, October 21, 2015   (0 Comments)
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APMP Announces PleaseTech as a Silver-Level Sponsor
Sponsorship Support Brings Best-in-Class Offerings to Proposal and Bid Profession

Washington, DC, and Malmesbury UK, October 20, 2015 – The Association of Proposal Management Professionals® (APMP®), the worldwide authority for professionals dedicated to the process of winning business through proposals, bids, capture, business development and presentations, announces that PleaseTech Ltd. has signed on as a 2016 silver-level sponsor of the association. The sponsorship allows APMP to develop and refine resources that support the professional growth of its members by advancing the arts, sciences, and technologies of winning business.

"APMP relies on the support of its Sponsors and Corporate Members to take to the next level the service it provides to its members,” says Rick Harris, Executive Director, APMP. "PleaseTech’s pledge to being a silver-level sponsor demonstrates its commitment to advancing the proposal and bid profession, and we are grateful to walk shoulder-to-shoulder with world class companies such as PleaseTech, as we uphold our mission.”

PleaseTech is based in the United Kingdom and specializes in collaborative document review and co-authoring software. Its flagship product, PleaseReview, facilitates team collaboration in the drafting and review of proposals, resulting in the faster delivery of higher quality documents.

David Cornwell, CEO of PleaseTech says, "We first started working with APMP a few years ago and have found working with APMP enjoyable and rewarding. APMP provides an important focus. Its regular events bring bid and proposal professionals together under one roof are very valuable, especially as PleaseReview is proving to be so well received by the APMP membership. This sponsorship is the next natural step to take as we continue to support the APMP, its members and their objectives.”

PleaseTech’s 2016 silver-level sponsorship provides vast marketing and recognition opportunities for the company among APMP members, while supporting the overall operations of the association. APMP’s sponsorship program has been on a continuous upswing in recent years thanks to significant membership growth and expansive member programs, events, and resources.

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About APMP
APMP® is the worldwide authority for professionals dedicated to the process of winning business through proposals, bids, capture, business development and presentations. APMP is a non-profit membership organization founded in 1989 and began with 28 charter members. Today, the Association has more than 6,400 members and 27 active chapters worldwide. Membership includes proposal and business development professionals who are engaged in a wide range of activities including business development and acquisition, proposal management, strategic planning, business capture, sales, competitive intelligence, writing, editing, graphic design, desktop publishing, document production, and proposal consulting. For more information, contact Patrice Scheyer, Director of Marketing and Communications, +1-703-281-1686 or


About PleaseTech
PleaseTech launched PleaseReview in 2005. It now has over 100,000 users from more than a hundred companies across the globe. Clients range across industry sectors and business disciplines, with the majority operating in regulated and document-intensive industries, such as Life Sciences and Defense, where the creation and review of large, complex documents to tight deadlines and meeting strict regulatory and corporate compliance requirements is of particular importance. For more information, contact Sarah Edmonds,