Composing Your Joint Venture Proposition
Your joint venture proposal is the main factor in whether you’ll be able to attract a joint venture partner or not. You have to write a winning, but not overpowering proposition. You need to explain exactly why you would be an excellent partner but you can’t make it so good it isn’t believable. Your main goal is to make your proposed partner feel he’s lose out if he doesn’t partner with you. I’ve gathered a brief list of all the elements needed for a successful joint venture proposal and will pass them onto you.
First, you need to include in your proposal everything you can to show the benefits of joining into a partnership with you. This is important, for the main reason that this is meant to be beneficial to both partners. You’ll want to relay to your proposed partner all the ways he’ll benefit. Detail the ways your business will make his better and he will be more apt to listen.
Next, it is important that you give your proposed partner a sample of the merchandise you sell. If you sell services, show them samples of work and let them read testimonials from happy customers. Allow them to see why teaming up with you would be a good thing.
The most crucial element of your proposal is your ability to write well. Even if you’re unbeatable in your field, if you can’t get that point across in writing you’re apt to get passed over. While preparing your joint venture proposal you will have to be clear and to the point. Let them know of your interest in joining forces. Detail what you have to give and how they will benefit. Try not to overwhelm with details in your first contact, but be certain to provide at least two ways for them to contact you if they want additional details or have any questions.
Following the above steps will make it easy to put together a joint venture proposal. This might be a new type of venture for you, but it doesn’t have to be hard. Take a few minutes to gather your thoughts and list details before you write and the proposal will come together effortlessly.