Manchester, United Kingdom, December 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Learn to Write Proposals are pleased to announce a toolkit specifically for new sales people, project managers or anyone who has to write a business proposal for the first time.
As the name suggests, Learn to Write Proposals was created to help sales professionals, bid team members and managers manage, create and review better proposals using less time and less resources than before.
This has led to the development of professional business tools to help sales and bid professionals. But what about non-sales professionals who have moved into a sales position, need to write or contribute to a proposal and don’t know where to start?
“Writing a proposal for the first time can be daunting”, says James England of Learn to Write Proposals. “You’re under pressure from different places – meeting the deadline, getting to grips with a new challenge and of course the pressure of expectancy that you will bring in new business for an organisation”.
Even with these pressures, it’s amazing how little support there can be for people moving into a sales role, especially in micro and small sized businesses – yet research shows that the better structure and processes that you have in place, the better your win/loss ratio will be.
For the first time proposal writer knowing how to manage a bid and understanding its risks, dependencies and timelines can be daunting. That’s why Learn to Write Proposals has released the First Time Proposal Writer’s Toolkit with a core selection of tools to help manage, write and review a customer-focussed professional-looking business proposal.
Learn to Write Proposals also offers a “Writer’s Toolkit for Non-Professional Bid Writers” for those engineers, project managers and others who need to get to grips with writing compelling sales documents.
The toolkit is available from the leading business proposal resource site www.learntowriteproposals.com as an individual item purchase or as part of a membership.