Friday, July 01, 2016

Writing Proposals

Keep a proposal for service as simple as possible. State exactly what you will do, when it will be done and how much it will cost. List any terms and conditions that apply.

The most important aspect of the proposal is the form in which it is delivered. Use a neat folder or binder with information about your company. Copies of letters of recommendation, testimonials and informative brochures about your service should be included.

Using unprofessional, handwritten or poorly worded proposals will cause a prospect to doubt the capabilities of your Company. A first-class professional presentation instills confidence in a prospect. Using the old adage that a picture is worth a 1000 words. Then if available and if time is allowed, provide a short video presentation and/or before and after pictures of cleaning jobs. They will be invaluable for graphically demonstrating your services and your Company.

Above all...don't forget to do everything you promise!

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The Bane-Clene® Team