If you’re a professional in an architecture or engineering firm, it’s probably because you love the work. It’s probably not because you love getting the work.
A focused, efficient method for writing winning proposals allows your firm to spend less time winning lucrative contracts and more time doing the work—less time spending money and more time earning it.
Consider these scary statistics: A/E/C firms spend an average of $12,000 to $15,000 to prepare each proposal. Unfortunately, most proposals are bland and ordinary, and only three out of 10 actually bring in work. So every time you write ten proposals, you could be spending over $100,000 for no return at all.