Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Proposals – What to Say, How to Say It, and How Much to Charge
A proposal can be terrifying. If it is off-base, you probably just wrote yourself off the candidate list. What if you propose something too expensive? What if you underestimate the complexity of the project and quote a price that is too low? Conni will share some approaches that should make you feel more comfortable and confident when writing a proposal.
Conni will discuss the structure of a proposal template and how to adapt to different situations, such as Request for Proposal responses, Statements of Work, and Letters of Agreement. The audience is encouraged to bring their own questions – whether as a developer of a proposal or a developer of a Request for Proposal.
About the Presenter
Constance Billé, M.Ed., has developed and negotiated proposals from both the vendor and the purchaser perspective for more than 30 years while producing performance improvement programs, multimedia learning courseware and technical information in the software, pharmaceutical, healthcare, financial and hospitality industries and for government and nonprofit organizations.
She is currently helping the City of Philadelphia implement its Green Cities, Clean Waters program, and previously served as Director of Organizational Development and Training for LRA Worldwide. Earlier, she held management and professional positions at SAP, Towers Perrin and IMS Health.
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