The Do's and Don'ts of the RFP Process Infographic

When clients have marketing challenges, they often look to an agency for help. Often the best way to determine if a marketing agency is qualified to deliver quality work on time and within budget and scope is through a Request for Proposal (RFP).     Outlining the current problem with requirements and in-depth questions prepares a client to evaluate, select, and onboard the most fitting agency. At the end of the day, a good proposal leads to a better agency-client relationship.

When clients have marketing challenges, they often look to an agency for help. Often the best way to determine if a marketing agency is qualified to deliver quality work on time and within budget and scope is through a Request for Proposal (RFP).

Outlining the current problem with requirements and in-depth questions prepares a client to evaluate, select, and onboard the most fitting agency. At the end of the day, a good proposal leads to a better agency-client relationship.

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