Writing the Conclusions document

A summary of the proposal follows including identified needs recommendations and goals to be achieved. Insert statement of why you are the best choice for achieving the goals outlined. The Conclusions template outlines the project. It should be brief no longer than two or three paragraphs. Use your needs recommendations and goals to build this section. The Conclusions section is restatement of the Executive Summary or Abstract and ties together once again the major points of the proposal and asks the prospect to take action. You can also add the Recommendations template to expand on your recommendations and action items in more detail. Like writing book proposal should tell the audience what you are going to tell them the Executive Summary or tell them the details the various templates available to include as you see fit then tell them what you told them and ask the client to take action the Conclusions section Need #1 Insert summary of client need. Need #2 Insert summary of client need. Need #3 Insert summary of client need. Recommendation #1

Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Recommendation #2 Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Recommendation #3 Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Goal #1 Insert summary of desired outcome. Goal #2

Insert summary of desired outcome. Goal #3 Insert summary of desired outcome. The Conclusions section is most useful if developed after the rest of the proposal. It must encompass all the key summary points necessary to communicate the objectives of the project. In many cases the Executive Summary or Abstract template is used to introduce the proposal then detailed sections of the proposal follow using the various templates included in Proposal Pack. The Conclusions template may be included to summarize once again at the end. The introductory summary or abstract will usually be the first part of the proposal package seen and often is the only part that is carefully reviewed before the decision is made to consider the project any further.

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Alternate chapters are those which may be used instead of this chapter depending on your situation. Alternate chapters may be better suited for different size projects, more specialized projects, variations on rights, etc.

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Related chapters may be used in conjunction with this chapter depending on your situation. Many related chapters are intended to be used together to form a more complex and integrated proposal.

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This template is illustrated in actual use in the following Sample Proposals. Samples are also included in each Proposal Pack and illustate many of the industries and situations this template can be used for:
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A proper business proposal will include multiple chapters. This is just one of many chapters that may be included in your proposal. The complete fill-in-the-blank template is included in our Proposal Pack template collections. A variety of sample proposals illustrating how companies in different industries both large and small have written proposals using our Proposal Packs are also included. This template will show you how to write the Conclusions.

A wide variety of chapters are included and are intended to be picked based on your needs. All proposals are different and have different needs and goals. Pick the collection of chapters from our collection and organize them as needed for your proposal. Recommendations and samples provided are only intended as general guidelines.

Ian Lauder has been helping businesses write their proposals and contracts for almost two decades. Ian is the Owner and Founder of Proposal Kit, one of the original sources of business proposal and contract software products started in 1997.

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How to write my Conclusions document

A summary of the proposal follows including identified needs recommendations and goals to be achieved. Insert statement of why you are the best choice for achieving the goals outlined. The Conclusions template outlines the project. It should be brief no longer than two or three paragraphs. Use your needs recommendations and goals to build this section. The Conclusions section is restatement of the Executive Summary or Abstract and ties together once again the major points of the proposal and asks the prospect to take action. You can also add the Recommendations template to expand on your recommendations and action items in more detail. Like writing book proposal should tell the audience what you are going to tell them the Executive Summary or tell them the details the various templates available to include as you see fit then tell them what you told them and ask the client to take action the Conclusions section Need #1 Insert summary of client need. Need #2 Insert summary of client need. Need #3 Insert summary of client need. Recommendation #1

Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Recommendation #2 Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Recommendation #3 Insert summary of Required Action Step and ask client to take action. Goal #1 Insert summary of desired outcome. Goal #2

Insert summary of desired outcome. Goal #3 Insert summary of desired outcome. The Conclusions section is most useful if developed after the rest of the proposal. It must encompass all the key summary points necessary to communicate the objectives of the project. In many cases the Executive Summary or Abstract template is used to introduce the proposal then detailed sections of the proposal follow using the various templates included in Proposal Pack. The Conclusions template may be included to summarize once again at the end. The introductory summary or abstract will usually be the first part of the proposal package seen and often is the only part that is carefully reviewed before the decision is made to consider the project any further.

A Document from Proposal Pack

The editable Conclusions template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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