In a proposal or tender, the client wants to know the role your staff will take on their project. If it appears that they are extremely busy with other projects, the client may be concerned about their availability or commitment. Use headings such as “roles and responsibilities on your project” to emphasise the relevant points.

Pitch Perfect

It is normal to be invited to make a presentation (or pitch) during the final stages of tender selection. During your preparation, you need to consider the dynamics within the team as well as the content of the presentation.  Assuming you want the client to view your team as a cohesive unit, they must practice … Read more..


If you cannot understand a client’s brief, it is extremely unlikely you will be able to sell them a perfect solution. Most clients are happy to answer specific questions to help clarify their requirements. Ensure your questions to them are clear and have not already been addressed in supporting documentation.