Proposal letters may take many forms, depending on the situation or the detail required. Business proposals may be a proposal letter directed to specific clients concerning projects or long-term relationships. Other business proposal letters may be directed to a wider audience, describing the nature or quality of service that may be provided. Another example of a proposal letter is for prospective employment; this may include the request to be moved to a new position or to create a position that is more suitable to one’s qualifications. Free proposal letters or free sample proposal letters as well as how to write a proposal letter are included in the business proposal letters. Proposals may be general or specific, depending on the circumstance and audience, e.g., job proposal letter, letter of proposal or letters of proposal. Written by CS Butts.
CS Butts is a LetterRep writer who has contributed over four hundred letters in all categories, ranging from letters of recommendation to business proposals to requests for admission to graduate and specialty programs. She is also a writer of children’s literature and short stories as well as press releases, business plans, marketing collateral, research studies and resumes. CS has considerable professional experience in sales and marketing, with areas of specialization in healthcare, financial services and education. Combining these areas and a passion for writing, CS is now engaged in the writing of a biography and anthologies of children’s stories.