10 Proposal Coordination Mistakes to Avoid

As an A/E/C marketing professional, you work on dozens of proposals –often at the same time. In this ebook, I share 10 proposal coordination mistakes, so you can:

  • Identify potential mistakes in the three main phases of proposals: 1) planning, 2) writing, and 3) reviewing and delivering.
  • Learn from my previous proposal coordination mistakes so you don’t make them.
  • Continue to grow your A/E/C marketing career.

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