One-Page Proposal (by Patrick G. Riley)
Brevity is the soul of wit.
Lean. Trim. Clear. Concrete. In a world where decisions are made between two rings of a cell phone, this is what a successful business proposal must be. It's a lesson entrepreneur Patrick Riley learned after one too many potential partners ignored his painstaking (but long and forbidding) proposals. And now, in The One-Page Proposal, he shares his secret strategy -- the one that he has parlayed into a multimillion-dollar business career. Riley describes every important element of a successful business proposal -- from the basic message to the financial details. Step by step, he outlines how to create the perfect attention-grabbing pitch, offering dozens of strategies to help organize your research, focus your message, eliminate unnecessary language, and anticipate potential reservations. Learn how to:
From choosing the right investor to selecting the typeface, The One-Page Proposal is the one tool you need to propel your business idea to the top of any investor's to-do list.
About the Author
Patrick Riley is the principal agent of Genisis Agents, an international agency representing extraordinary professors and researchers from leading universities and research institutions around the world. A longtime investor, businessman, and entrepreneur, he lives in San Francisco, CA.
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