Proposal Win Rates

How to Calculate and Use Them to Improve Company Performance

Class summary

Proposal win rates can help you improve the performance of your business development effort. But you have to choose the right ratios to calculate, you have to know how to interpret them, and you have to know how to use them in your business. This webinar shows you how.

What topics are covered?

Proposal Win Rates discusses the proposal win rates you should calculate, how to interpret them, and how to apply them to better manage your business development effort.

Is there a workbook?

Students receive a comprehensive workbook that includes all of the relevant slides discussed in class.

How long is the class?

This webinar is about one hour, though the instructor is always willing to stay longer and answer questions.

Who should attend?

This class is for sellers--proposal writers, subject matter experts, business owners and managers--who want to improve their business development results.

How much does it cost?

The webinar is $19.95 per person.

Why businesses choose The Seibert Group

Businesses CALL us because they are investing lots of time, effort, and money responding to RFPs, but they aren't winning enough of them. Businesses CHOOSE us because we show them how to improve their proposal win rates.

About the instructor

Dave Seibert is a proposal veteran with over 23 years in the proposal field, and over 30 years in business development. Dave authored the book, Proposal Best Practices, and he’s worked with some of the leading experts in the proposal and business development fields. Dave will make your proposal training program educational, targeted to the issues that are most important to you, and entertaining.

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Contact us

Email: David.Seibert@ProposalBestPractices.com

Phone: 513-598-4647

Address:
P.O. Box 11053
Cincinnati, OH 45211

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