Which proposal would you rather receive -- a 38-page document with complete company history, leadership bios, and business philosophy, or a succinct and clear pitch on the problems being addressed, how they will be fixed, and what it will cost to fix them?
Proposals should give the recipient a short, compelling summary of work that can be easily shared with other decision-makers. This is the key to advancing your goals and winning business. In this session we’ll explore the elements of a good proposal: the problem, the hook, and the solution (BTW, that solution is you).
Taught by Josh Davis, founder of 8Bend Marketing, a Certified StoryBrand Guide.
Fee: No Cost