Like most business owners, you probably have a love/hate relationship with proposals.
You love proposals because, if successful, they lead to new customers and more money coming into your business. But, creating proposals can be a pain in the butt. They’re time-consuming, you may not be quite sure exactly what you should include, and, if you don’t win, it can feel like a big waste of time.
The fact is, love ‘em or hate ‘em, you need proposals to bring new business in the door. So let’s look at ways to improve how you create proposals, so you spend less time creating them and more time winning them.
Here are seven best practices for creating winning proposals: