About our RFP response/pitch deck writing services
No, really. That’s it. Simple. Because whoever’s reviewing your pitch deck is going to be reviewing a lot of them. And dead simplicity is going to stand out. That’s not to say we’d leave things out. On the contrary, we’ll make sure everything that needs to be there is there, said with a bit of style and as convincing as it needs to be that you’re worth considering.
Sometimes, we’re given all the information. Sometimes we’re given hardly any. We’re good either way because we know how to find what we’re looking for. And if we can’t, we’ll ask you.
RFP response/pitch deck copyediting and proofreading
Would you hire a company that didn’t even care enough to check for typos before sending you their ideas? What does that say about how they feel about the work they’re showing you? More importantly, what does that say about what they think about you? That they don’t care? That they don’t think you’d care? That they don’t think you’re smart enough to notice? Don’t let that happen to you. Let us bless your pitch decks before they go out the door.
French translation for RFP responses and pitch decks
We don’t do a lot of pitch deck or RFP translation, mostly because if a company is pitching a French contract, they’ll know how to speak French. But if that need arises, we can do it. If there are specific guidelines, we’ll learn them. As long as we have sufficient lead time, we can handle a deck of any size. And once your French pitch deck copy is laid out, our editors and proofreaders will go through it to make sure it’s mistake-free — because one’s all it takes to destroy an opportunity.
Pitch deck writing tip
If you’re crystal clear about one thing, it should be how your investor or client is going to win with you in their corner or them in yours. That’s ultimately what their decision is going to come down to.
RFP response writing tip
RFPs are written to disqualify applicants. Most evaluators aim to cut their list in half just by dinging those who don’t follow the instructions to the letter. That’s why you need someone who’ll review every word once, twice and even thrice to make sure your response is on point.