We know that feedback is a crucial part of the project proposal process. It can help refine proposal writing skills; give better insight into a client’s needs; and give a steer on which project types are really the right fit moving forwards. That’s why we want to make sure you have as much insight into direct feedback from the client as possible.
Here’s a snapshot guide into how the proposal and feedback process works, and what you can expect.
- If a client has viewed your proposal and has further questions, they will have a couple of ways to get in touch – they can either send you a message directly through the platform (you’ll get an email notification similar to the below) or they can reach out to their Talmix delivery manager to pass on their questions. We will be in touch either via phone or email to ensure you receive them as soon as possible.
- If a client decides that you’re not the right fit for their project once they’ve viewed your proposal, you will receive the below email notification to let you know you’ve been declined this time. We aim to get specific feedback out to you on why as often as we can, however you should consider that not all clients will be able to provide such feedback on each and every proposal they receive.
- If you do receive a decline email and are left wondering why, please do feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com and we will help to give some insight into where your proposal fell down against the project requirements.
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