The request for proposal (RFP) process can be confusing and time-consuming. The first part — reading the request — often requires you to read between the lines to get to the client’s real concerns. The second part of the process requires you to interpret their needs in an easy-to-read response.
In this second session of the series, we’ll discuss ways to respond to requests for proposals. This month we’ll expand on what we learned in April and find the best way to highlight why your company is the best fit for the client.
This interactive session will give you a chance to gain confidence with your proposal writing skills. Bring your ideas and questions!
Kathleen Held, Chief Executive Officer and President at Cini-Little International, Inc.