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For land surveying projects, the proposal writing process can be daunting, time consuming and inefficient. However, there is an upside: The more proposals you submit, the more work you get! How Digital Is Changing Proposal Writing Obviously, each proposal needs to be thoroughly researched and well written. But often, clunky
Congratulations on landing that big project! Now that it’s time for work to get underway, here are some steps you can take to ensure a good relationship with your client and manage the project smoothly. Onboard the Client Onboarding is the processes of welcoming a client into your business. On one level, it involves
In my last blog, I wrote about the importance of setting the scope of a project. This week, I’d like to focus on what “deliverables” are, why to include them in any proposal, and the importance of being specific when defining them. By being clear and upfront about what deliverables you can offer, your
In my last post, I described how to set clear expectations in the scope of services section of your proposal. Expectations can be further clarified in the “exclusions” portion, in which you describe to your client what you aren’t going to do. Sounds a little weird in a proposal, right? However, exclusions are just another
Scope, Deliverables, and Profitability Have you ever completed a project only to have the client call you and ask why there aren’t stakes driven into the corners of their property. Weren’t they also supposed to get hard copies of those CAD drawings? Don’t they get to keep the photos you took with your drone?