Business Proposal

Detail Descriptive Plans and Operations of your business

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Key Elements of a Business Proposal 1- COMPANY INTRODUCTION AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This is a bragging section; in these slides, you'll want to do a quick summary of your company, when was it founded, what relevant clients have you worked with. If your company has received any awards or recognition, this is where you want to point them out. 2- PROBLEM STATEMENT Arguably, this is the most critical section of the whole business proposal. In this part, you'll want to do a summary of the problem the client has detected. If the prospect sought your company out, this should include the information they provided to you about their needs. If you are making the pitch instead, this section should prove that you have done a lot of research to truly understand the challenges they face. Showing a deep understanding of the issues, the company culture and the challenges they face is utterly essential. This expertise in your client's struggles will generate the rapport you need to sell your product or service as the ideal solution eventually. 3- PROPOSED SOLUTION If you are a service provider, this section should be a preview or hint about your approach you will take to solving the problem. In most occasions, you will need to show real proposals which will inevitably require some free work (this is why it's valuable to count the time necessary to do these proposals in your average cost of acquisition). If you are selling a product, then this is the time to brag about demos and screenshots. Again, the demos and parts of the app you show should be defined by your Problem Statement: showing irrelevant parts of the app, even if you skip or downplay those slides, can break the rapport you created in your Problem section. 4- CASE STUDIES AND/OR COMPANY/PRODUCT QUALIFICATIONS You'll want to do a reminder of the areas of expertise you have, or some of the clients you've worked with. Showing success stories, especially if they are closely related to this pitch, will be the cherry on top of your business proposal. 5- COSTS Not a lot to add here. Just drop the pricing bomb. Some people suggest proposing to scenarios here, with different pricing; this gives the prospect the option of choice and might save you the need to renegotiate the price. 6- APPENDIXES Finally, keep some slides under your sleeve in case additional questions come up. :- Upto 30% off for startup company :- Approx 7 days to build your Business Proposal :- Free online Consultation

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