Frequently Asked Questions
What is Lead IP
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With Lead IP you are able to find useful information in one place. You have direct access to the data you need, forgoing the need to spend your time and resources to find it. With us you will find a qualified agent in a recipient country, offer your services, checking daily new trademarks in your jurisdiction and much more. It is a new world of opportunities for you together in one place.
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What is the difference between all types of RFx?
PQQ (Pre-Qualification Questionnaire)
Is a document that is often distributed before the RFP process begins. It is used to gather vendor information from multiple companies in order to generate a pool of prospects.
RFP (Request for Proposal)
Is used when the request requires technical expertise, specialized capability, or where the product or service being requested does not yet exist. The proposal may require research and development.
RFA (Request for Association)
Is a proposal from one party to another to acting together and sharing the benefits of this joint action.
RFEI (Request for Expression of Interest)
Is typically used in the pre-project development phase to assess interest in your project. It can also be used to gather useful information from potential project tenants and to test and refine your project vision.
RFI (Request for Information)
Is primarily used to gather information to help make a decision regarding the next steps.
RFQ (Request for Quotation)
Is used when discussions with bidders are not required (usually because the product or services specifications are already known) and when the price is the main or only factor in selecting the successful bidder. An RFQ may also be used prior to issuing a RFP to determine the price range.
RFS (Request for Solution)
Is a description of a technological or organizational situation with an ask for a solution from possible suppliers.