Designing a winning proposal starts with having an outline that matches not only the instructions in the Request for Proposal, but also the evaluation forms and procedures of the organization, agency or company that published the request. That means:
- Conducting a thorough review of the solicitation
- Analyzing the RFP
- Finding the red flags and words that tell you whether or not you're eligible to bid
Just those three steps can save you time, money, and resources.
You will learn not just the why behind writing winning commercial and government proposals, but also the how - the technical aspect of writing a proposal to make sure your hard work gets you the opportunity to compete for high-value contracts again and again. You will:
Identify RFP requirements and due dates
Dig up background information on organizations, agencies, companies and RFPs
Learn the right way to format your proposals so it gets accepted
Learn how agencies evaluate proposals to determine winners and losers
When this clinic is done, you will have everything you need to start preparing a winning proposal.
This clinic is a live, one-day training that is available onsite, live stream or via webinar replay. Those who attend the on-site training will be provided a boxed lunch. Of course, if you choose to register for the webinar, you will not have the opportunity to ask questions.