Stephanie Ray, Corporate Director of Marketing for Sunrise Engineering, provides in-depth answers to our marketing questions and outlines a thorough process to strengthen her firm through marketing support and initiatives.

Through storytelling, presentations make an impact; through constructive meetings, support, and go-getter preparation, the presentation story will be seamless.

Whether it's creating a presentation or presenting at the interview itself, it's helpful to know some basic terms and smooth out the wrinkles.

Know your options! The presentation world comes with a robust number of applications and resources available to make your proposal interview shine. Create a promising physical presenation, and your proposal will shine.

As the experts who will work on the project first-hand, technical professionals are ideal candidates for proposal presenters. After a few tips and lots of rehearsal, stand with skill and confidence in front of the selection committee.

While presentations are only given by one person, the entire firm can and should be involved in both the prep and training. This benefits everyone—not just the presenter.

Eric Stratford, Director of Business Development & Preconstruction Services at R&O Construction, shares his experience in working as a team with leadership, business, and marketing to create a cohesive and supportive approach to the firm's marketing development.

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.

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