LANDMARK WORLDWIDE learn as much as you can about your projects under consideration. A consulting proposal isn't like a resume writing - it's not a good idea to just send yours out to recipients as possible to drum up business. Each proposal will be tailored specifically to the client's requirement. The more knowledgeable we get about the client and his or her needs, the better we can write your proposal, so our first step is always be to educate our self. There are many ways we might do this:

- The best and most direct is simply to meet with the client and discuss the proposed job. Take careful notes and ask lots of specific questions so you understand precisely what the work entails.

- After this, you can follow up with phone calls and emails to clarify any lingering questions.

- As we write the proposal, it may be useful to do a little independent research as. For example, if you're trying to prove why our services will help you as a client to succeed, finding business surveys that support your point is a good idea.

After from the above there are various stages in the process where we interact to get best out of us for your complete satisfaction and for an early completion of the project.