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Partnership Proposal

Prepared for
Mr. Dean Markson

By

Gal Dubinski

Contact

Contact@goprospero.com

Overview

Separately, [Business A] and [Business B] are successful. But it’s come to our attention recently that our two businesses have complementary strengths and weaknesses, and it would be to both our interests to consider a partnership.

[Business A] has long standing expertise in [business field], with a reputation for excellence in service and delivering a superb product. But we have recently begun to notice our [need]. [Business B] is a respected colleague in this field, and we believe that by combining our [specialty] with [Business B]’s expertise, we can create growth in both our markets.

Why Me

Proposing partnership is no small matter, and that’s why [Buisness A] wants to demonstrate the growth potential and sustainability of partnership between our two organizations. Here are just a few of the reasons partnership between us makes sense.

  1. We have complimentary services that could benefit both our customer bases. We provide [service], which our customers need, and your [service] provides [benefit] to our customer base as well.
  2. We are interested in offering you [service] for [free or discounted] in exchange for [service].
  3. We intend to provide max value to your company through this partnership through business ventures, advertising, and more.

Fees

[Business A] needs [service], which [Business B] specializes in. [Business A] would like to offer discounted work in exchange for services rendered. Here are the services and their discounted prices:

[Service]

[price]

[Service]

[price]

[Service]

$50,000

TOTAL

[price]

Milestones

Assuming that we have all necessary materials ready, here are the suggested milestones:

Initial Review/Services Overview

ASAP

Advertising Proposal/Execution

[timeframe]

[Business A] Service Complete

[timeframe]

[Business B] Service Complete

 

[timeframe]

What’s Next

We’ve pinned down all the important details, but what’s next is important, too. First of all, if you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out. Our contact info is [phone number] and [email], and no matter when you reach out, we will always get back to you within 24 hours.

After we have both approved the partnership proposal, we’ll get started by scheduling a meeting in which to discuss how we can better help each other.

Exchange of service begins as soon as the first payment goes through. We look forward to this partnership, and know it will benefit both our companies!

Terms

  1. Payment structure: 50% upfront, 50% after approval of the final work. Payment via Paypal or bank transfer.
  2. [Business B]  will provide any necessary marketing materials.
  3. [Business B] retains the rights to any materials submitted to [Business A].
  4. Any changes to this agreement will be submitted in writing and signed by representatives from both parties.
  5. Any requested work outside the scope of this agreement will evaluated and charged at [price]/hour.
  6. Business day count begins on the first business day after first payment is cleared.
  7. In case of cancellation, [Business A] is liable only for hours already completed.
Signature
Gal Dubinski
Dean Markson
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