You’ve had the business meetings, they went well and now the company to whom you would like to sell your service is expecting something in writing from you and it needs to look good.
What do you do? Run around and panic a bit?
Well yes, you could do that but I’ve written literally hundreds of business proposals and tenders and I know not only how they should be laid out and how long they should be (depending on what you’re selling), but also the sort of language and tone that you need to use to get your message across. Hint: straightforward, jargon-free etc.
It’s really important to get proposals right and to talk clearly to your prospect. Any spelling or grammar mistakes will be picked up and you’re going to look a bit of a numpty rather unprofessional, assuming that you’re up against a competitor or two.
I’m very good at these so give me a call