Why RFP stands for Really Foolish Process

rfpAs Brad Farris has written before, responding to a Request For Proposal (RFP) is not only a time and money waster, but it’s not the way you want to get new clients anyway.

In this article on EnMast’s sister site, anchoradvisors.com, Brad takes on the ridiculous practice of RFPs again, pointing out its many flaws and offering alternatives that will bring about better results and better clients.

Read his article here.

Bridget Ingebrigtsen

Bridget Ingebrigtsen owns Write On Command, a company that provides writing and editing services to businesses and not-for-profits. Bridget describes her six-year stint as Anchor Advisors' writer/editor as being "mutually beneficial" -- she helps Anchor Advisors keep their written projects on track and Anchor Advisors helps her keep her business on track. When she's not running her business, Bridget is running after her four children, two dogs and the latest in entertainment news. Connect with Bridget on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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