My answer: If you send the proposal 24hrs after the meeting, you’re about a day too late.

You need to be able to agree the scope of work and the fees that you’re charging, in the meeting, with the client.

Your prospect has blocked out time in their diary, they are focused and in the zone.

You need to give them all the information you can, to enable them to make a decision there and then.

Because people are busy and as soon as the meeting is over, they might get distracted by something else.

They’ll forget why your services were so valuable, and all your hard work in communicating that value could be wasted.

You need to do this in real time, getting them to hit the ‘accept proposal’ button right there with you in the meeting.

GoProposal was always designed with this in mind.

Our software gives you the power to consistently produce highly professional proposals and renewals, instantly and effortlessly (whilst you’re still with the client.).

Then the GoProposal Community will give you the confidence to make it happen.

James Ashford

James Ashford

James is the Founder of GoProposal, Director of MAP., Keynote Speaker & Bestselling Author of "Selling to Serve". He helps accountants and bookkeepers around the world to price more profitably, sell more confidently and to give significantly more value to their clients.

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