Persuasive responses to RFPs and RFQs.
Visual backdrops that sell.
The first pitch is your brand.
Proposal writing is not a science, in spite of what you might hear from some proposal experts. There are many concrete things you can do to make your proposal better and increase its chances of winning. But there are at least as many soft things—less concrete things—that affect a proposal’s chances. And that’s where it becomes an art.
[The client] shared that she has written and reviewed “hundreds” of proposals in her career and ours was the best proposal she’s ever seen. She appreciated the prose, tone and organization. She felt it gave great insight into the personality of our company.
The process was painless for me; communication and document transfer flowed very well. And you took care of things that took no effort on my part. Again, the operative word is ‘painless.’
Thank you again for your great contribution to our DARPA effort—we couldn’t have crossed the finish line without you. I especially appreciate you working into the wee hours with a cheerful demeanor.