Better Proposals in Less Time

Michelle Golden

Better Proposals in Less Time

Presented by: Michelle Golden

Thursday October 19, 2000
4:00pm EDT,
The AccountingWEB Workshop Room


Michelle Golden of Golden Marketing Resources, Inc., discussed techniques for preparing winning proposals and explains why bigger isn't necessarily better in an AccountingWEB workshop Thursday afternoon.

Topics covered in the workshop included:

* How to create winning proposals in less time

* Prepping for the "pre-proposal" meeting: Doing your homework

* Making every word count: Perfection in simplicity

* Presentation with focus and flexibility

You can read the full transcript of this informative workshop.

Michelle has been a guest at AccountingWEB previously, when she presented a workshop on "Active Listening: The First Step in Excellence."

Workshop sponsored by NetLedger.

NetLedger

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