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March 03, 2009

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Jayne

Do you have any examples that you can share?

David Sherwin

While I'd love to share some of the proposals I've referenced here, they all contain confidential stuff. :)

I'll see about in the coming months putting together a rough proposal outline with fake content that can be shared. But as a note of caution, if I provide a frame for a proposal, it's only a starting point for your own needs. You should be evolving your own proposal style and structure based on the kinds of services you wish to offer. The same applies to documents like creative briefs, whose shapes vary depending on the types of problems you're seeking to solve.

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