Put yourself in the shoes of the organization that wrote the RFP—its staff must read hundreds of pages of proposals before making a decision.
Requests for proposals (RFPs) can be challenging to write. Read these quick tips to make sure you issue an RFP that attracts the best possible proposals.
Writing involves so much more than you'd think. Sometimes it all seems like a mystery. So here are a few quotes that help illuminate the process.
#1: Don't be wishy-washy. #2: Loosen up—your writing shouldn't seem overly formal. Click through to see other common mistakes to avoid in business writing.