Request for Proposal
Everything PR News covers the full-range of Public Relations, communications services and marketing related topics. Near the top of the list for those at work at Public Relations firms is getting new clients, so requests for proposals (RFPs) are always a welcome sight.
Check out our RFP page for up-to-date opportunities to find your next client. Just in case you’ve not submitted an RFP before, here are some things to keep in mind. Don’t start filling anything out until you know if the project is a good fit for your firm. Follow the format required by the company requesting proposals.
RFPs are often formal in their requirements. Send your proposal exactly as they want it – otherwise it’s just wasting time. If the RFP gives a general address to submit proposals – do research (if permitted) and discover who makes the decision. Address your submission to that person’s attention.
The first page of your package should be a summary of your offer, including reasons why your firm is the perfect choice for the prospective client. Be clear and concise.
There are many PR, marketing and PR communications firms – and if you are looking for a PR agency of record, forward the information using the instructions and email listed on the Everything PR Contact Page.
We would be happy to help you find the perfect fit, or email us directly at email@example.com.