Though it's important to write proposals so almost anyone can understand, RFPs may not do us that same kindness. Brush up on a few terms to make sure they're not unfamiliar!

Knowing what's needed in a proposal then breaking the process down into bite-sized steps proves for an easier, cleaner system. Be prepared and work as a tight-knit team to achieve everything you need in a timely manner.

Organization is key with proposal strategies. When the proposal team knows their roles, responsibilities, and deadlines, the rest is much easier to manage.

Preparing for and executing a proposal takes an especially involved brand of teamwork. The firm being All In for this process is critical to successful proposals and business as a whole.

A proposal is nothing without prepared technical professionals, but preparedness takes a lot of legwork before even the RFP drops. Positioning in advance puts proposals at an advantage throughout the entire process.

Successful proposals begin with clarity at the top. AEC Principals decide who among their staff does what, when more training is needed, and whether it is necessary to step in to provide support.

From kick-off meeting to shortlist interview, winning proposals demand a specific, individual strategy.

Stop Clowning Around with your AEC Marketing Plan! Review your mid-year marketing goals and steer toward improvements.

Creating templates for your AEC proposals is very helpful in streamlining your pursuit efforts, and crucial for meeting deadlines. Over the past 30 years, we have learned some valuable lessons in AEC proposal strategy and development. Learn our top six tips for an effective AEC proposal template.

In any proposal, the project approach is likely the most important section – it is the place you get to tell the client exactly what you are going to do to make their project a success. In order to write a successful strategic approach, you must research and brainstorm and then brainstorm some more. The writing is the easy part!

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