Who do you work with?
I work primarily with business-to-business (B2B) companies, especially those in the technology space. Why? I’ve got crazy good talent for being able to simplify the complex — something that’s not so easy for tech folks. If you dig down a little deeper, you’ll discover that I offer extensive experience in the mobile telecommunications sector and am pretty well versed in the defense industry. Check out my bio page for more of the nitty-gritty details.
How do you work?
First things first: We have a phone conversation (free!) so I can get an idea about your objectives, project ideas, in-house capabilities and budget. This helps me figure out if what I do is what you need, and if we like each other enough to work together.
To give you the most flexibility, I offer a couple different working arrangements:
- Project Fee — If the work you need done has defined boundaries and we can specify what the end looks like, you might want to consider working with me on a per project basis. I let you know how much the fee is to complete the project, and you avoid surprises when you get an invoice.
- Retainer — If you want more flexibility and need my expertise on an ongoing basis, you might consider a retainer arrangement where we agree upon a flat monthly fee based on your projected needs.
What do you charge?
A lot of factors go into developing a client proposal. I consider the type of work you need done, how much research is expected, in-person/online/phone meeting requirements and much more. In other words, we need to have a discussion first.
I know this answer is wishy-washy and not what you wanted to hear.
I’ll also say right now that I am neither the cheapest nor the most expensive person out doing this sort of work. What’s important to know is that my fees are quite fair, especially considering that each project gets my personal attention.
Have more questions? Feel free to contact me with them.