Skip to main content
Agency Proposal Template Concepts
What's Included
$79 Pack
$199 Pro
All 2200 chapter templates
All 700 proposal layouts
All 200 completed samples
Novice quoting software
All 340 contract templates
All 110 project templates
Expert quoting software
Document branding features

How to write your Agency Proposal Template

With a Proposal Pack, you can create variations of this document of any length to suit your specific needs. This template is built using the Proposal Pack Wizard software included with any Proposal Pack or the Proposal Kit Professional bundle.

Proposal Pack for Any Business
This set of chapters was selected to create a comprehensive agency business proposal that outlines the services, benefits, and cost structures offered to potential clients. This document was created for agencies to present their capabilities, experiences, and unique value propositions in a clear and structured manner.

You can also create countless variations of this document to suit your needs using the included library of 2200+ chapters.
Quote Image What Our Clients Say

The writer needs to know how to gather the information, they need to know how to write a contract, write cover letters and much more. I was pretty much "lost" on the business proposal writing aspect until I discovered Proposal Kit. It was a lifesaver, to say the least. Using your kit shows my clients that I am a professional."

Charlotte Gulley
ELDA Designs
Product name:
Agency Proposal Template
Produced by:
Proposal Kit
Software › Computer Software › Business & Productivity Software
$79 USD
Proposal Kit Reviews Image4.7 stars, based on 842 reviews

Popular Proposal Pack Design Themes

The Proposal Pack for Any Business is a plain text design theme that does not include a visual design theme with logos or background photos. These design themes are commonly used to create this template. Any Proposal Pack can be used to create this template. Select a design theme based on your personal preferences for the visual look of the templates.

Use Cases for the Agency Proposal Template

  • Presenting a business proposal to potential clients seeking agency services.
  • Outlining a new marketing campaign for a client.
  • Proposing a rebranding service to an existing client.
  • Offering digital marketing services to a small business.
  • Expanding services to include public relations alongside traditional advertising offerings.
  • Introducing new technology or platforms to enhance client engagements.
  • Bidding for a government contract that requires detailed agency capabilities.
  • Responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP) for creative services.
  • Negotiating a long-term partnership with a large corporate client.
  • Competing with other agencies for a lucrative advertising project.

Chapters Suggested for the Agency Proposal Template

Cover Letter, Title Page, Table of Contents, Executive Summary, Client Summary, Services Provided, Performance Measures, Cost Summary, Project Management, Company History, Staffing, Client Testimonials, Guarantee, About Us, Back Page

Copy and paste this chapter list into the Proposal Pack Wizard's 'Select by AI' screen to build the Agency Proposal Template. The Wizard is included with any Proposal Pack or the Proposal Kit Professional.

Components of the Agency Proposal Template

Creating the Agency Proposal Template involves assembling several chapters and filling them in with your details. While there's no one-size-fits-all template for every situation, Proposal Kit offers layouts that can be customized using its extensive chapter template library. The Wizard software builds this template for you, customized to your needs. The Wizard software is included in every Proposal Pack and the Proposal Kit Professional. You can customize this list of chapters as needed in the Wizard software, such as adding additional chapters, removing chapters, and changing the order of chapters.

Cover Letter

The Cover Letter serves as a formal introduction to the proposal. It addresses the potential client directly, outlining the purpose of the proposal and highlighting the key benefits of choosing your agency. This is your first opportunity to make a strong impression, so it should be succinct and compelling.

Title Page

The Title Page includes the name of the proposal, the name of the agency, and the client's name, along with the date the proposal is submitted. This page acts as the front cover of your proposal, presenting a professional appearance that sets the tone for the document.

Table of Contents

The Table of Contents provides an organized listing of the sections and their corresponding page numbers included in the proposal. This helps the reader easily navigate the document and find specific information quickly.

Executive Summary

The Executive Summary offers a brief overview of the entire proposal, highlighting the agency's goals, the services offered, and the unique benefits to the client. This section is crucial as it must captivate the reader's interest and encourage them to read further.

Client Summary

In the Client Summary, detail the information about the client that has been gathered through previous interactions or research. This demonstrates your agency's attention to detail and understanding of the client's needs and expectations.

Services Provided

The Services Provided section outlines specifically what services the agency will offer to the client. This can range from advertising and marketing to digital services and public relations, tailored to address the client's particular requirements.

Performance Measures

Performance Measures define the criteria and metrics for evaluating the success of the services provided. It sets clear expectations for deliverables and results, ensuring both parties are aligned on definitions of success.

Cost Summary

The Cost Summary provides a detailed breakdown of the costs associated with the services offered. Using the Proposal Kit software, this can be automated with line-item data, presenting a clear and precise financial overview.

Project Management

The Project Management section describes the approach and resources that will be used to manage the project. It details the timeline, project phases, key personnel involved, and their responsibilities.

Company History

Company History presents an overview of the agency, including its founding, growth, and notable achievements. This section builds credibility by showcasing the agency's background and experience.


The Staffing section outlines the team members who will be involved in the project, their roles, and their qualifications. Highlighting the expertise of your team helps reassure the client of the professional service they will receive.

Client Testimonials

Client Testimonials include positive feedback and statements from past clients. This section serves as a powerful tool for building trust and validating your agency's capabilities and results.


The Guarantee offers assurance to the client, outlining the commitments the agency makes regarding service quality and client satisfaction. It helps in building confidence in the agency's promise to deliver.

About Us

The About Us section provides deeper insight into the agency's values, mission, and vision. It helps potential clients understand the culture and driving principles of the agency.

Back Page

The Back Page serves as the closing sheet of the proposal, typically containing contact information and a polite thank-you note. It might also include a prompt for the next steps or a call to action.

This template is also referred to as

  • Marketing agency proposal
  • Creative agency bid
  • Advertising agency contract template
  • Digital agency project proposal
  • PR agency business pitch
  • Branding campaign proposal
  • Agency RFP response
  • Agency services offer document
  • Agency partnership proposal
  • Multimedia agency proposal

How to create the Agency Proposal Template with Proposal Pack Wizard

You can create this document using any of the logo-designed Proposal Packs. Pick any Proposal Pack with a logo design theme you like best; they will all work equally well. The Proposal Pack for Any Business has no extra logos or colors added. It is designed to be used plainly or customized with your logos and graphics.

This is a recipe for a template you can build in the Proposal Pack Wizard software using any of the Proposal Pack design themes. This template uses a new feature in the Wizard software for creating templates based on lists of chapters selected by the Business Proposal Outline Creator for Proposal Kit OpenAI GPT. We've used the GPT to generate this template recipe that you can paste into the Wizard's 'Select by AI' screen when selecting the templates for your project document. This Wizard feature will auto-select all the chapters generated by the GPT and map any mismatches to Proposal Kit chapter templates as best possible. This is a new experimental feature of the Proposal Pack Wizard software.

See this article, How to Streamline Your Business with AI Proposal Writer Tools, for more details on using ChatGPT to create your proposal outlines that can then be made by the Proposal Kit software.

If you have a ChatGPT Plus subscription for custom GPTs, use the Business Proposal Outline Creator for Proposal Kit OpenAI GPT to generate custom proposal chapter lists.

The Proposal Pack design theme you purchase will determine the visual look of this template. The screenshot above only shows the plain generic design theme.

We include a library of chapters to be assembled based on your needs. All proposals are different and have different needs and goals. We designed the Proposal Packs so you can customize the documents to suit your needs.

You will best create this document using the Proposal Pack Wizard - Expert Edition software to select this template and build it in the Proposal Pack logo design theme of your choice along with any desired customizations (such as adding additional chapters, removing unneeded chapters, changing the order of chapters, and importing your company logo). This template outlines a proposal for the described situation. Each user is responsible for typing in the actual content of the provided pages with their information to complete the proposal.

You create this template using the Wizard software, which includes the entire Proposal Pack library and software. We include the Expert Edition of the software in the Proposal Kit Professional bundle. Microsoft Word for Windows is required to use the customizing software.

How to Build Proposal Template from an AI Outline

This video shows how to build a Word format proposal template using the Proposal Pack Wizard software from an AI-generated outline. This video is illustrated with pre-created AI outlines of chapters that are pasted into the Wizard software, which then generates a Word document from the outline.

Key Takeaways

  • The Agency Proposal Template is built using a Proposal Pack or the Professional bundle using the included Wizard software.
  • You can create unlimited custom variations of this template.
  • The Wizard software automates quotes and other financial pages with a line-item database.
  • There are no ongoing subscription fees. You get lifetime unlimited use.
  • Proposal Kit is made for freelancers, small businesses, and non-profits.
Proposal Kit LogoPublished by Proposal Kit, Inc.
© 1997 - 2024, Proposal Kit, Inc. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy.