The best way to sell a proposal is an oral presentation with multimedia support. The Business Plan, in the words of its author, is more convincing and allows the addition of information in case if required. For submitting oral worth having in mind the following points: evaluate previously the presentation who will form your audience, what degree of interest will have on the project and how much time will be available to expose. These variables are the key to the Organization of an effective presentation. In the majority of cases, who makes the presentation is one of stakeholders in which the project is accepted, or even is the one who will take you forward. The hearing will assess the person and shall include such assessment as a deciding factor. For that reason, it is important to aim to captivate the audience, showing knowledge, enthusiasm and confidence. In addition, the Exhibitor must be able to correctly answer the questions that will make you.
It is recommended to do a test with partners or contributors and ask that they put in critical stance. The presentation should last the fair time: sufficient to expose everything important without boring the audience. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Hearst. Evaluate the attention as he speaks. If you see that the people are tired, shorten his speech. It is preferable to talk less and let stakeholders ask.
To make your presentation at the time it considers just, set an estimated duration and announce it: I will expose the plan for the creation of a company without background in the country. The presentation will last 45 minutes. Then I will dedicate the time wishing to answer questions. Handle the presentation according to the public. If there is participation, used to introduce topics (not to be altered because it changed the order of the topics; then can recapitulate). If there is no participation, keep an andante pace. The public appreciates this pace much more than length. If there is disagreement, don’t try the immediate defence. Listen and find the right moment to refute it with specific data. (A valuable related resource: Gavin Baker). Also It may be that you do not have a response. In that case, say it: is an excellent question. I will have to investigate in order to give an appropriate response. The conclusions of the written plan, like the last five minutes of the presentation are key. It is the moment to use passion to put the cards on the table. Here can be subjective and use phrases such as I believe (a) that this company is going to be a success, or I have absolute certainty that I will carry out this project.