You've assembled an all-star team of SMEs, writers, editors and proposal managers to start work on your latest proposal effort. Your confidence is running high as you head into your kickoff meeting where you'll craft the strategy, win themes and discriminators that will define your proposal. The time for the kickoff arrives, and your team members are settled into their seats, except you've forgotten to invite one of the key participants who will play a vital role in developing the final product – the graphic artist.
Topics: proposal management, infographic, Information Graphics, Government Proposals, Proposal Graphics, RFP, Problem Solving with Infographics, infographics in business, visual thinking, Information graphics in government, Brainstorming, Kickoff Meeting
If you want to be a success in business, you aren’t going to get there by imitating someone else.
You may have visions of being the next Google, Apple, or Facebook, but your business isn’t going to make that leap unless your product or service is taking a new or unique approach to solving a problem.
If you look back on of those companies, they all initially offered something that solved problems. And for that, the world beat a path to their doors.
So if you were able to help your client clear the tallest hurdle to growing his or her business, how do you think he or she would react? Probably have you outfitted for spandex tights and a red and blue cape.
But instead of fighting for truth, justice, and the American way, you are able to help your client: