How to Write Up a Vendor’s Proposal

By Lanee’ Blunt
Write your proposal--
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A vendor’s proposal is needed when your company is being considered and is an agreement between the vendor and another party. The proposal must convince the other party that you are familiar with their requirements and that you can supply to them to gain vending rights. Begin your proposal with an outline because it will help you stay organized and address every term in the requirements. Get your company brochure and balance sheets that need to be submitted with the proposal.

Executive Summary
Tell your evaluators why they should use your vending company. The executive summary explains the key information and is designed to convince the reader to use your company. Write the best reason why they should choose your company over your competitors. Give a short description of how you will do the requested job.

Provide a list of your employees and resumes of key personnel. Write a detailed description of your business, your experience, and the date you established the company.

Describe the Cost
This section of the proposal gives an itemized summary to the price to the client. Itemize your proposed price based on the budget detail. Calculate the labor, overhead, equipment and materials if applicable. The price you propose should be reasonable.

Provide a safety plan for machinery, equipment, or chemicals. Write how you are going to go about providing safety if you are using machinery that could conceivably cause an injury.

Check for typos and errors before submitting your proposal. The proposal should be typed. Avoid mistakes that my cause it to be turned down.  


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