What Rush Consulting Firm can do for your business

  • Develop, oversee, and execute business development activities

  • Work with company leadership to diversify engagements into the commercial and nonprofit markets, including their planning, lead development, proposal development, pitching, and reporting processes

  • Help grow, lead, and manage a Business Development team to meet regular goals: activity metrics, forecasted opportunities, and revenue targets

  • Brainstorm interesting potential business solutions with clients

  • Lead and train the business development and proposal process, become versed in past project successes, and serve as the subject-matter expert for the organization

  • Work with company leadership to establish an engagement team, including their planning, sales, proposal, and reporting processes

  • Develop a process for the tracking, identification, and targeting of opportunities from offline conversations to active procurement

  • Provide strategic leadership throughout the proposal development process

  • Work with the team to schedule planned work in anticipation of filling needs rather than being reactive to notifications

  • Work closely with leadership, departments, and project teams to help develop a clear picture of the business development roadmap and the requirements to meet the different milestones

  • Have strong interpersonal skills and subject-matter expertise to speak to and help achieve the business vision

  • Ideate, in partnership with others, on the creation and curation of a business development and growth pipeline – identify tools, processes, and approaches to achieve this

  • Work closely with the business operations team and leadership to develop a pipeline

  • and strategy

  • Problem solve and offer delivery team ideas to address customer and client issues

  • Interview subject-matter experts and presenting their insights for others to understand

 

 

 

 

 

What Rush Consulting Firm helps YOU do in your business

  • Develop a business position based on industry trends and clients’ needs to aid in the honing of your pipeline into short/mid/and long-term opportunities

  • Own the business pipeline process and advance leads through the cycle

  • Foster, lead and execute on the identification of government and commercial contracting opportunities in partnership with other team members

  • Assess all opportunities and determine whether to advance or eliminate them

  • Research, plan and implement new goals to sustain the organization's growth and revenue needs

  • Collaborate with discipline leads to drive and oversee the proposal conception and writing process as the subject matter expert on any given opportunity

  • Partner with clients to understand their business and project objectives, internal organizations and culture, and product vision

  • Review outlines for proposals; and support subject-matter expert interviews during the proposal phase

  • Oversee opportunity close-out activities and implement emerging solutions for continuous improvement

  • Work with the Marketing and Communications team to represent your business as a thought leader, for example by speaking about and creating content reflecting a point of view on emerging technologies, design trends, and digital products

  • Be an industry presence by proactively developing potential partner relationships, attending industry events, and participating in ongoing industry dialogue