What Every Good RFP Should Include

A good RFP can save you time and money, and ultimately help to deliver better meetings.

You hear a lot about the need for a good request for proposal. But what does a good RFP include? Here you go:

  • Title of meeting

  • Name and address of the organization sponsoring the meeting or event

  • Preferred city, area, or region

  • Meeting goals and objectives (briefly)

  • Possible meeting dates by month or season, plus days of the week meeting is held

  • Types of properties preferred; for

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