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In this time of slow economic growth, more and more people are following their dreams and creating or expanding their own businesses. The fact is that a strong business proposal doesn't take longer to write than a weak one. With so much to gain, why would you take your chances? The third edition of Writing Winning Business Proposals is thoroughly updated, with new examples and scenarios, the latest information on fees and collaboration, useful worksheets, and more---all arranged in a new, user-friendly package.
This is the book that gives you the skills, tools, tactics, and strategies you need to write outstanding proposals of all kinds. Based on a proven system used by A.T. Kearny and KPMG to train their consultants, this acclaimed resource offers general guidance and specific tactics for different types of business proposals, such as seeking approval for projects, market surveys, or grants.
Whether you're seeking approval or funding for projects or persuading clients to deepen their commitment to your business, Writing Winning Business Proposals is the reference you need to get what you want.
Winning proposals that turn prospects into clients
Based on the proposal-writing system used at A.T. Kearney and KPMG Peat Marwick,Writing Winning Business Proposals features proven strategies, along with worksheets and other tools that clearly show clients what they want and will easily seal the deal.
Thoroughly updated, the third edition offers general guidelines that apply to all business proposals making this the must-have proposal-writing book to have on hand.
Writing Winning Business Proposals features:
- Winning formula from top consultants proven to work for any proposal
- Complete step-by-step process, walking you through all the difficulties
- Up-to-date, user-friendly redesign with new worksheets and charts
- Updates on fees and collaboration
If you're seeking approval for projects, or want a client to buy, invest or do something,Writing Winning Business Proposals is the reference you need to get you to get them to do what you want.