Use the Calculations template to describe the calculations that you did to arrive at facts or figures in this proposal. These might involve money, such as costs of production; schedule predictions, such as how long it would take to produce an extra large order of goods; or even a calculation for why you believe your company can gain 40% more market share. This description might include mathematical formulas, statistics, historical data showing trends, public opinion surveys, strategic planning, or anything else you need to back up your statement or prediction.
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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 Calculations.
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Writing the Calculations document
Use this page to describe the calculations that you did to arrive at facts or figures in this proposal. These might involve money such as costs of production; schedule predictions such as how long it would take to produce an extra large order of goods; or even calculation for why you believe your company can gain 40% more market share. Introduce the topic of the calculations here. The odds are that you referred to specific sum or fact elsewhere in your proposal and you are detailing here how you arrived at that number or statement. Be sure to reference this page on that other page and add cross reference here. As an example. " The Executive Summary features our project bid for furnishing the BlackBurne Hotel Suites for $. We arrived at that sum using the following assumptions and calculations. " Another example might introduce non numeric calculation. " On the Future Potential page we state that we believe our brand will overtake all competitors within five years. Heres how we arrived at that prediction. " Describe calculations here. This description might include mathematical formulas statistics historical data showing trends public opinion surveys strategic planning or anything else you need to back up your statement or prediction. Web site domain URL