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How to Write a Business Proposal

Part of the China Ready Suite - The art and skill to professionally and concisely communicate in writing is critical to elicit favourable outcome from a business deal. Participants will learn the approach in writing Chinese business proposals for different purposes and target readers in the China context. The approach to write a concise and convincing business proposal in Chinese includes structure, content, linguistic style and pitfalls to avoid. Participants who inculcate and practice writing Chinese proposals will enhance their confidence to win the favour of their clients.

Module Content

  • Purpose and Targets of a Business Proposal
  • Structure of a Business Proposal
  • Linguistic Style in Writing Chinese Business Proposals
  • Pitfalls and Implications in Writing Chinese Business Proposals
  • Writing Business Proposals exercise for partnership, investments, agency or bank loans


Lessons are conducted in a structured yet pragmatic manner as lectures are blended with group discussions, role-plays and individual assessments. The group discussions give participants the opportunities to share their experience while role-playing helps the practice and application of concepts and approaches learned through the course.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to use the structure learnt and follow key points to write business proposals for partnership, investments, agency or bank loans, avoid common pitfalls. Participants’ business writing skill will be sharpened by applying proper expressions in their practice, which help raise the corporate image and professionalism to gain the confidence of their China counterparts.

Target Participants:

Professionals, Managers, Executives

Medium of Instruction:


Total Training Hours: 15 hours (2 days)

Min. Chinese Proficiency of Applicant:

C6 Pass for GCE ‘O’ Level

Able to comprehend and answer the assessment in Chinese according to the learning mode

In-classroom Training: writing - pen and paper

Synchronous e-learning: hanyu pinyin input method (汉语拼音输入法) using one’s personal computer (PC) web-browser

Assessment and Certification

Participants who achieve 75% attendance and pass the end-of-course assessment will be awarded the Certificate of Attendance.

Course Schedule


In-company Corporate Training Only


9.00am to 6.00pm

Mode of Delivery:

Zoom or Classroom Learning

Total Training Hours: 15 hours (2 days)
Registration Closing Date: 7 days before course commencement

Course Fees

  Singapore Citizens (21-39 Yrs Old)
& Permanent Residents (21 & above)
SG Citizens ≥ 40Yrs
SME Sponsored
Full Course Fees (incl. 8% GST) $648.00 $648.00
Training Grant N/A N/A
Amount Payable (incl. 8% GST) $648.00 $648.00

Prices shown are not inclusive of application fee and/or any other additional fees that may be stipulated.

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