Blog 4: 10 Best Proposal Examples
Earning more business starts most often with an effective proposal. Preparing a winning proposal means writing for the client and providing a clear, valuable solution to their problem.
Earning more business starts most often with an effective proposal. Preparing a winning proposal means writing for the client and providing a clear, valuable solution to their problem. Each proposal must be planned out before a word is written. This planning assures a deep consideration of the audience, the most effective structure, and persuasive content. The proposal must be a tailored document that positions your company’s strengths with client needs. While the proposal development process can be intimidating, there are many proven examples to inspire you.
For every call for proposals by a potential client, there are good and bad submissions. To understand how to improve your bid, we have analyzed ten excellent proposal examples. In this article, we will review these examples highlighting both the best practices used and common mistakes to avoid.
These examples are prepared by proposal software companies. All are free to view without registration. These templates are useful references but must be used with caution. Structure, headings, or formatting that appear sleek in one context can be confusing or impractical for your client. Take the most valuable elements of these examples and integrate them into your customized proposal. (…)
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After reading the whole blog, answer the following questions:
- Have you ever tried to write a proposal? What was it about?
- Which type of proposal have you found more interesting and effective? Do you think that it could work in our context? Explain.