1. Before asking us to submit a Project Proposal…

Please read our Business Terms, which describe how we operate business-to-business.

Together with our Proposal these form the basis of our legally binding Contract with you. We take our responsibilities to you seriously, which is why we’ve worked hard to ensure our terms are reasonable and fair for all concerned, giving us the freedom to use our skills, experience and flexibility to deliver the best results for you.

We’re happy to receive your Purchase Order, but not so happy if you try to impose your payment terms, or other onerous conditions that frankly have little relevance in our B2B dealings with you.

To be clear, we don’t offer credit terms. If we provide you with services, it’s not unreasonable for us to expect to be paid in a few weeks as per our Terms, rather than in a few months. As advocates for Better Business-Skills, we’re not big fans of the “debt culture”.

So, best to find out now, if you’re happy to accept our Terms.

2. When you ask us to submit a Project Proposal…

Generally, depending on your industry, as well as chatting with you, we’ll send you our Project Scope Questionnaire, to check your requirements. We’ll use what we learn from you to complete our Proposal.

We’ll also ask you to name your signatories, and to supply their email addresses – in readiness for the next step.

3. Next, we’ll send you our completed Proposal…

We’re a small, agile business with several projects always on the go, and we like to make things as easy as possible, so we’ll send your signatories our paperwork for e-signature using Docusign or Hellosign. After that, we’re good to go.