Louisa Jaffe shares how investing time and effort in outreach and communications can have a positive effect on every other investment decision we make.
After making a positive first impression, the next most important thing a person can do is follow up. TAPE CEO/President Louisa Jaffe shares her thoughts.
Before we even get in front of a person to make a first impression, it is very important to be comfortable in our own skin and with who we are. Louisa Long Jaffe shares her insights.
TAPE CEO and President Louisa Jaffe expands on what small business owners need to emphasize when seeking a certificate of competency.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 2007, TAPE won an Army support contract that catapulted our growth. It came out of work that our founders had done as employees of a large business, and built on that customer relationship when the Army decided to try a small business solution. After much travail and many late, sleepless nights, we found ourselves […]
Sometimes choosing a proposal consultant happens accidentally. When we bought a small company down in Florida, Ray Vause was a consultant for them, and we got to see him operate before deciding to make him our own proposal manager consultant – and that’s been a very good thing. Through several proposals including a winning 50+ […]
My name is Walt Long and I work for TAPE as a communications editor and reviewer, with a special focus on our company’s color teaming process. Color teaming a proposal document is a kind of “group editing” of the content. While I was already very familiar with editing a document on my own for clarity, […]