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client wants a quote

Discussion in 'General Business Forum:' started by graflicks, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. graflicks

    graflicks New Member

    Hi,
    I am working with this new client, and he wants me to send an official quote as his website is getting financed by another party. I agreed to build the website for £400 but I'm not sure how to transcript that info into an official quote as I have no idea how many hours it will take me to complete the project, does anyone know what I should do?
     
  2. graflicks

    graflicks New Member

    I do have a proposal with a description of what I will offer to the client and a price, would that be ok?
     
  3. djb

    djb Member

    I send a letter with an attached proposal for the website (including a sitemap, prices for any hosting requirements and a list of things required from the client) and my T&Cs. Make it wordy, and put it on a letterhead and it should be fine. You don’t need to go into detail too much about how long it’s going to take you unless you want to tie yourself down with deadlines ;)
     
  4. Minuteman Press

    Minuteman Press Moderator

    State the top level actions you will complete and include the total figure. Simple and brief as possible.

    List disbursements separately and cost.
     
  5. Dave L

    Dave L Well-Known Member

    Nothing wrong with a fixed price job. I routinely secure work on this basis, the only proviso being that the fixed price is subject to the client providing full and final content prior to commencement of the job and that any client-directed amends thereafter are charged at an hourly rate.
     
  6. graflicks

    graflicks New Member

    cool, thanks for the help.
     
  7. john watters

    john watters Member

    Quotation Estimate?

    A Quotation is legally binding, an estimate is not.
     

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