Why have a proposal template?

When a company needs a problem solved, they invite other businesses to submit a proposal which details how they'd solve it.

 

A professional and well executed proposal is an effective way to pitch a brand's story, products & services. They are also a chance for you to make a structured, logical argument for why a customer should choose your company.

Having a ready to go proposal template reduces the amount of time and resourced needed to submit a proposal. It ensure consistency and quality across all proposals being submitted in your business.

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Our approach to drafting proposal templates

We approach each proposal template by first understanding your business, it's heritage, people, products and services.

Every proposal should have certain key aspects. 

 

  • Title page - Company name & Logo, prospects name and logo, names of people involved.
     

  • Agenda page - an outline of the proposal.
     

  • Brand introduction section - your brand story, heritage, values, vision, key customers.
     

  • Prospect requirements page – what the prospect has requested
     

  • Suggested Products sections – all products proposed, what they are and what the benefits are
     

  • Suggested Services section – all services proposed, what they are and what the benefits are.
     

  • Additional information section - any products, services or information the prospect has not requested but could find useful
     

  • Commercials Section - all financial and contractual information relating to the proposal.
     

  • Customer Journey page - the full time line and life cycle of their customer journey from joining the business.
     

  • CSR page - any relevant information about your brand's corporate social responsibility initiatives.
     

  • conclusion Page - summary of all important information
     

  • Thank you page - finishing page that says thank you, and includes all contact information 

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