4- BUSINESS PROPOSALS

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DESIGN BUSINESS PROPOSAL OF YOUR COMPANY, OFFERING THE BEST SERVICE, COST, TIME TO YOUR CLIENT. 

The purpose of a business proposal is to win a new project, often with a new client where there isn't an established business relationship. A business's proposal is often in competition with proposals from competitors.

Usually, a proposal uses persuasion to get its audience to buy into their idea. One example is when a proposal tries to persuade one or more sponsors to invest in a project. Another example of using a proposal to persuade a client is when the company writing the proposal is asking for a grant.


A business proposal provides a detailed explanation of the goals you have, how you will conduct
business and what expenses and profit you can expect; it's a road map for your company that, in theory, anyone should be able to follow if the proposal is written well enough.

TYPES OF BUSINESS PROPOSALS

-Formally solicited.
-Informally solicited.
-Unsolicited.

WHY DO WE NEED A PROPOSALS?

Why are proposals important? A proposal is a way to pitch an idea and state your requirements, so it's important for supervisors because they can get information in writing (not casually in the elevator), and be able to act knowing the full implications of their decision.

WHY IS A BUSINESS PROPOSALS IMPORTANT?

Writing a business proposal will help you make important decisions on things like cash flow, marketing
and personnel. Having clearly defined goals and objectives will also enable you to monitor the business's
performance and make adjustments as you move forward.

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