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Example of proposal

  1. 1. Re: Sample Business Proposals to Work With 5-1501 Notre-Dame West Montreal, QC, Canada March 4, 2009 Dear Business Colleague: As a professional writer and consultant with an M.B.A., I have written numerous business proposals for various clients over the years. I am writing this letter because I know that quite a few business people and/or professionals like you are looking for help with writing that all-critical "business proposal". What I'm talking about here is the comprehensive business proposal designed to convince the requesting company or government agency that they should hire you and/or your company to do the project for them. In case you don't know, I am quite well-known on the Internet for developing business writing toolkits that provide fully-formatted real-life templates that people can download straight onto their computer and work with immediately. These letter-writing toolkits have become quite popular because they give people immediate access to quality letters that they can use instantly. Because that formula works so well, I have decided to also apply this very same "real-life template" model to business proposals. I have therefore decided to release a limited number of copies of some of the more exemplary business proposals that I have developed for various clients over the past few years. These are real-life fully-formatted business proposals, written for actual real-life clients. The only difference between what I am releasing to you and the real thing, is that I have "de-identified" the proposals by changing key identifying information such as: names, numbers, and brand/model specifications to protect the confidentiality of the original client. Otherwise, with these business proposals you get the real deal. That's right, you get an entire real-life business proposal just as it was developed and submitted to companies or governmant agencies seeking qualified firms to undertake their project for them. I know I'd rather see exactly how an experienced professional wrote it rather than having to fill-in-the-blanks from scratch using one of those generic templates. Wouldn't you? So, if you're tired of trying to do the guesswork of hassling with generic fill-in-the-blank templates and you want to work from the real thing, these real-life business proposals will no doubt be valuable to you. I'm releasing these reports one-at-a-time as I get the time to de-identify them. To take a look at what is available so far, just scroll down below this letter for a brief summary and an access link. Good luck developing your business proposal! Sincerely, Shaun Fawcett, M.B.A.

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