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post #1 of Old 02-22-2016, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone,

I was asked to do a RFQ (request for quote) for a large contract that I really want to win. And I am wondering if anyone has any tips/advice to make myself shine over the other bidders. It's easy for the decision maker to compare prices but should I ask to do a short presentation? Where I can quickly sell them on why we aren't the same cleaning company as others ?

Any thoughts you can all share would be greatly appreciated.
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post #2 of Old 02-25-2016, 09:15 AM
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Hi there! It is always good to lay out to the potential client why you are the one! If you have credentials and references put them on your demo. Take your potential client out to lunch or bring something. Be professional and personable.
Write yourself a script and prepare your approach. Rehearse it and make sure you radiate confidence and positive energy. - You have to think that you are the one that can help your client.
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When are you ready to make a decision?
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post #3 of Old 03-19-2016, 06:57 AM
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If it is any business bid, make sure to give clear and effective presentation that concisely explains each and every part of of the bid. That must include man power and number of critical resources and how they are allotted. Your business bid should include aim, objectives, cost, deliverable s, start and deadlines for the project submission. Briefly explain how your are going to do it and what back ground analysis you have it. If you have done these types of projects, quote them.
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