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ISO compliance, NFPA Life safety? OSHA…. The next 10 years the Fire Rescue Agencies will also include tactical outfitting.
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Only 2 more final posts for your assignments. The final written work should be FULLY compliant with MLA/APA format, look at the comments in your past papers so that the errors in the past do not show up.
The final paper, worth 200 points should, at minimum be 10 pages and have a minimum of 8 References on your last page. That being said, there should only be “double Spaced” writing, with proper in text citation. Remember, when in doubt, cite or quote your source!
In this assignment tour are tasked to write a business proposal for tactical body armor for your department. There are 5 key elements and defined below. Please post your outline
5 Key Elements of Great Business Proposals-Outline
If you need to write a business proposal to win a bid or pitch your business to a potential client or business partner, you will need to know what should be addressed and how. Make sure your proposal stands out by incorporating the following five elements:
Solutions: After you have written a lead paragraph on the company’s needs and problems, follow up with a solid presentation of how your business can provide solutions. The key here is to promote solutions you can deliver.
Benefits: All winning business proposals clearly outline the benefits of doing business with you. If your small business can offer complete confidentiality and meet tight deadlines, for instance, state it clearly in your benefits section.
Credibility: This is often the overlooked portion of a business proposal, but all winning proposals glow with credibility. If you have worked with clients in the same field or have an award-winning business, then case studies, or third-party endorsements will build credibility.
Samples: A business proposal with samples and evidence of your ability to deliver is vital to gaining the winning bid. A small sample of your work can show your ability to do the job.
Targeted Language: A winning business proposal is all about communication. Speak in a language spoken by your intended audience. If the proposals are from an engineering background or financial department, use language they would understand.