Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Project Proposal Questions
When doing a proposal it is important to anticipate the questions the person you are presenting to will have, so you have the answer when they ask.

Try to find an answer for the following questions. Remember, as you develop the pitch, make sure that each person is making a contribution to the presentation.

1. What’s in it for me?
2. How much is it going to cost?
3. How will it help future classes/STEP/advance the program?
4. How many places to order from?
5. How do you expect to achieve your goals?
6. Who will it benefit?
7. What will you need besides the supplies you are requesting? (space, facilities, time, access)
8. How long will it take?
9. When will you need the supplies by?
10. Is it school appropriate?
11. Are there safety issues?
12. Legal issues?
13. How do expect to manage your materials (clean up after yourself)
14. Are your materials necessary? What’s the point of getting them?
15. What’s your plan B? Do you have a plan B?
16. Relationship to Art Technology?
17. How will it get to your end user—get people to care about/use your product?
18. Why are you doing this?