What is a proposal letter?
A proposal letter is a cover letter that is included with a business proposal as a brief summary. Just like with any cover letter, business proposal letters are written to capture someone’s interest. Just like a cover attached with a resume, a proposal cover letter aims to get an individual to read your entire proposal in detail.
It could be a bank proposal Letter or a budget proposal letter what matters is a CONCISE PRESENTATION!
What makes a good proposal letter?
A good proposal letter contains a short introduction about your main idea and business proposal. These letters aim to interest a reader and get them to ask you questions! If there is a company making the proposal
relevant background information should be included. The tone of the proposal letter should be not be intrusive, but inviting and convincing.
Sometimes, a specific format may need to be followed while writing a proposal letter and we know exactly how!
What should not be included in a proposal cover letter?
You must not include the following:
- Unnecessary details that have no relevance to the proposal or information that the reader may already have.
- Generalities about your company or firm that do not have any relation to the matter at hand and may be of no use to the reader.
- Do not add defensive caveats that make it clear that you are trying to protect your company from liabilities.
- Do not exaggerate! Remember that you need to deliver!