Writing proposals that your reader won’t want to put down
You’ve found a project you want to bid for. You know your team’s the right one for the job.
Now comes the hard bit: putting the proposal together.
This one-day workshop will help you rethink how you structure, write and edit proposals to help your words win you work.
Who’s it for?
Newbies or old hands at proposal writing; this course can help anyone who:
- would like to spice up their words to help catch their reader’s eye
- struggles to put their team’s expertise into words
- thinks a proposal with many authors sounds disjointed
- is after a few ideas for refreshing their proposal templates.
What’s it about?
When a potential client’s got a pile of proposals on their desk, it’s hard to grab their attention. The ‘thud factor’ – writing reports of interminable length – certainly isn’t the best way to do that.
This workshop helps proposal writers and editors fix common mistakes, gives tips and tricks to make their proposals stand out from the rest, and will help them rethink how they structure proposals.
What will I get out of it?
Next time you sit down to write a proposal, you’ll feel more confident about:
- hooking your potential client in from the outset
- showing readers that you’re the best choice for the job – rather than just telling them
- using professional writers’ tricks to make your words work harder
- structuring your proposals so that the benefits don’t get buried under technical details and processes
- smoothing out the edges where one contributor starts, and another one stops.
How long is it?
How do I book?
If you’d like us to run a workshop for your team, drop us a line at email@example.com or give us a call in the UK on +44 (0) 20 7940 7540, or call us in the US on + 1 646 517 2988. It costs £2,500 in the UK and $4000 in the US. We highly recommend workshops of no more than 12 people.