ReadLocal Author Monica Rubombora

Monica Rubombora

Johannesburg | Gauteng

Monica Rubombora is a founder and owner of RUBO MANAGEMENT SERVICES (PTY), a South African based technology & management consulting company.

She was previously a Managing Director with Accenture SA, a global technology & managing consulting firm; a Deputy Director General in the South African Government and also worked in global banking & insurance companies.

Before relocating to South Africa, Monica worked as an Assistant Clerk to the Uganda National Assembly.

She holds three university degrees in the humanities; an MBA and a post-graduate diploma in Computer Programming obtained from Uganda, India, USA, and South Africa

Monica is a community & philanthropy activist. She is an active member of the Tooro People’s Conference and a founding member of the Tooro Education Fund. Both are community-based organisations whose core purpose is the upliftment & development of local communities.

Monica is a best selling author of “Government Tenders Don’t Suck!”, a book targeted at helping small businesses navigate the complex Government procurement landscape and win.

She is an energetic person, with a proven track record of business development, strategy formulation, management & delivery of transformational and large scale systems integration projects with discipline and rigour. She is decisive, commercially focused and passionate about service delivery.

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Adult | NonFiction

ISBN: 978-1-099002-59-5

E-book ASIN: B07RX153VS

Audio ASIN: B07W5K2GBJ

Government Tenders Don't Suck!

Monica Rubombora | Johannesburg | Gauteng

The Definitive Guide to Doing Business with the Government

Winning a Government contract can be incredibly lucrative for a small business but responding to Government Requests for Proposals can leave you feeling frustrated, confused, and overwhelmed due its level of complexity.

The Government is the biggest buyer of goods and services in the world. But did you know that many Government Contracts are won way before they are ever published?

Author, Monica Rubombora, brings over two decades of an insider’s view of the Government Contracting business. She has served as a Deputy Director General in the South African Civil Service and a Managing Director in the Public Sector business of Accenture. Today she runs her own business and technology consulting company, with Government as an anchor client.

Based on her deep understanding of the challenges that face many small businesses, Rubombora wrote this book to help small businesses navigate these complexities so they can win more government contracts.

Government Tenders Don’t Suck! is a no-nonsense playbook for the overwhelmed small business owner who wants to navigate the complicated government tendering process and win.

The book is a comprehensive guide for business development and Request for Proposal or RFP. It has been designed to help you—the “little gal and guy” to:

– Avoid common pitfalls and make the most of your business understanding, skills, and experience to win profitable Government Contracts.

– Compete for business through structured and meaningful written responses to solicitations from potential government clients.

– Figure out how to respond to government tenders without losing your mind, even when your resources are constrained, or you have few prior assets that can demonstrate a successful track record.

– Manage tender response operations on shoestring budgets through time-saving tools and templates you can rinse and reuse.

– As a small business owner or manager this may be the most important book you read this year. Imagine what winning a single Government contract would impact your business!

Government Tenders Don’t Suck is now available in Kindle, paperback and audiobook.

Also available from Exclusive Book countrywide.

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