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Consulting Proposals: Writing to Win

There is no one-size fits all template for consulting proposals. What works for one company may or may not work for yours.

There are however some common threads that run through almost all proposals. Here at Consulting Success we created a Consulting Proposals Guide. It’s really a template to help you get started by…

  • Showing you how to write an effective proposal
  • What kind of tone and language to use
  • And it covers the 13 areas most often included:

1. Table of Contents
2. Introduction
3. Purpose
4. Benefits & Goals
5. Scope & Plan
6. Reporting
7. Experience
8. Project Fees
9. Past Clients
10. Next Steps
11. Contact
12. Disclaimer
13. Agreement

For a full explanation on each one of these and to learn more about writing winning consulting proposals head on over to FREE Consultant’s Toolkit and grab the guide. It’s free and we think you’ll find it rather helpful! (UPDATE: the Toolkit has been deprecated. Please signup for the Consulting Blueprint in its place).


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One thought on “Consulting Proposals: Writing to Win

  1. Garangisaiaschol says:

    Will you send me consultancy proposal indicating introduction, purpose of proposal, target beneficiaries, term of reference, budget, personal available, physical facilities, other resources, consultancies undertaken and conclusion?

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