How to Write a Business Proposal
Want to learn how to create a business proposal that is sure to land you
a job? This article will show you how!
1Start out with a few clean sheets of paper, and a few sharp
pencils.Start out with a few clean sheets of paper, and a few sharp
2Start writing out ideas of what you want to say to the business you are
appealing to.Start writing out ideas of what you want to say to the
business you are appealing to.
3State your purpose: a general basis of what you will do for their
company.State your purpose: a general basis of what you will do for their
4Create a draft of about three paragraphs.Create a draft of about three
paragraphs. If you desire, you can add more to it later.
5After you have a substantial amount written, proofread your paper a
couple of times.
6Keep an eye out for grammatical errors and spelling.Keep an eye out for
grammatical errors and spelling.
7Make sure that your punctuation is appropriate and that you do not
8Type out your final product. This will ensure that it is more that
9At the top of the paper, when you are typing it, you should start out
with RE: (state your business in writing the proposal, ex.At the top of
the paper, when you are typing it, you should start out with RE: (state
your business in writing the proposal, ex. Proposal for (Company name),
(type of work that will be done, or guarantees).
10Go to the next line and indent about 2 times. Then start to type your
plan. Do not repeat words multiple times, try to add a little bit of
variety. A quick way to do this is left click on the mouse over the word
you wish to change, and go down to ¡®synonyms¡¯ and words that are equal
in meaning will appear.Reminder: this only works for Microsoft Word. Use
block format when typing out your proposal.
11Try to have at least 5-7 sentences per block.
12At the end thank them for their time, tell them that you are looking
forward to being a part of their team.
13Go down a few more lines, add your name, and make sure that you sign
the document.Go down a few more lines, add your name, and make sure that
you sign the document.<
Check spelling and grammar.
Do not overuse similar words.