The 7 Things You Must Include In Your Sales Proposals

We heard a bunch of success stories after our customers implemented these solutions. Take notes. Written by Adam Hempenstall

I took my annual snowboarding trip to Les Deux Alpes in France last week with 35 friends to celebrate some birthdays.

I did also manage to have a little break from the (sometimes) devilish laptop screen that can dominate our lives if we’re not careful.

The recent upgrades we’ve been making to the product really are out of this world. Justin, our Account Manager says to me “Ads, I’m on the phone to these guys and all I hear is “ah wow, ah wow, that’s amazing”. It’s so cool”. Hearing such amazing success stories coming from a product that we quite literally made up from thin air is so amazing and inspiring to continue doing it.

In today’s video, I shot it at the top of the magic carpet run in Deux Alpes on my last day there. I talk about the 7 things you must include in your proposals if you want any chance of doing well. I’ll likely dig deeper into these individual points as time goes on.

Funny moment of unscripted recording, towards the end you see me looking around and if you listen closely you can hear a helicopter. Clearly someone had a nasty fall because it had a stretcher attached to the side of it. Hope the fella’s okay! Until next time.

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