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How much should I pay for Marketing Consulting Services in Canada?
What is the average price of Marketing Consulting Services in Canada?
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Questions to ask potential suppliers
How can I gain leverage during negotiations?
- How does your strategy and methodology differ from that of other marketing consulting firms?
- Who leads the strategy development process in your organisation? What are their credentials?
- Which industries do you have the most experience in? Do you work with any clients in my industry?
- How does your approach fit my company's marketing needs and objectives?
- Which provinces in Canada have you served and how did you tailor your marketing to those specific provinces?
- How do your marketing strategies for Canadian companies differ from those suggested for US-based companies?
- Does your firm specialize in marketing consulting? If not, what is your specialty?
- Do you offer any complementary services when purchasing marketing consulting services? If so, what are they? Do I have options?
- What additional services do you offer separate from the purchase of marketing consulting services?
- How will including these other services in my purchase affect pricing?
- What is your client retention rate?
- How much are your clients involved in the process of developing strategy?
- What will be the frequency of your reporting on progress?
- How do you measure the success of your campaigns?
- What types of metrics will you include in any reports you provide?
- How do you compensate clients if you are unable to provide the results you promise?
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Key elements for every RFP
What should my RFP include?
- Buyers should state the type of pricing model they prefer to use (fixed, monthly, weekly or hourly).
- Buyers should enquire about other possible fees or expenses, such as travel, lodging, and materials.
- Buyers should heavily consider the relevant experience of a supplier.
- Buyers should weigh the proposed strategy of a supplier and if that fits best with company' goals.
- Buyers should evaluate the level of customer service of a supplier, which can be assessed through past client references.
- Buyers should consider what other related services a supplier can offer as this varies widely across the industry.
- Buyers should give preference to vendors that are members of relevant industry associations, such as the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC) or Canadian Marketing Association (CMA).
- Buyers should include the date when proposals are due, dates for interviews and when the bid will be awarded.
- Buyers should include the date of the beginning of services, as well as any options for renewal of services.