Creating new business proposals

that get results

When you look at the importance of new business proposals the value they generate for your company can be huge.

It’s no exaggeration to say that the success or failure of your proposals can be key to the long term growth, success and profitability of your business. We work with all types and sizes of organisations to develop not just good, but winning proposals, that win contracts, tenders and other opportunities.

By reading a case study you can see how one of our clients became a winner.

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The challenge of winning

If you create proposals to respond to new business opportunities or formal tender processes you know how much time and effort they require.

You may have a centralised proposal team or spread the load wider, but even so, the demands are relentless and competition is always increasing.

The key to winning proposals is your awareness that they are all about the customer, not just your business.

This brings the task into focus, the need to:

  • Explain how you will meet potential clients’ requirements.
  • Deal with an array of client demands.
  • Contend with page or word limits.
  • Deal with uncertainty about a client’s goals.
  • Respond within tight timescales.
  • Show how your approach is different and better than your competitors.

So, how do you ensure that your proposal wins?

You ensure it is the last proposal left standing – the one the potential client just can’t say no to.

That is what we deliver.

The fast track to winning business

Our Smarter Bidding Service changes the rules for success in winning contracts and tenders.

Delivering Results
  • Increased win rates.
  • Breaking into new markets.
  • Ousting entrenched competitors.
Open Access Services
  • On-site working alongside your team.
  • Off-site work as part of your virtual team.
  • On demand access for advice and discussion.
Improving Profitability
  • Maximising your profits in new contracts by improving non-price measures in proposals.
  • No ties and no minimum service levels, just business winning support when you need it.
  • Sharing ideas to improve all future efforts.