How to correctly write a demand

The demand is always non-binding, ie. that there will be no obligations.

In general, properly written demand is the basis for success in obtaining good supplier offers. Demand is usually a short letter to which the prospective customer is looking for the most appropriate supplier of products, goods, materials or services. It sometimes looks like an ad.



Title of demand

The demand title should briefly define your demand so that suppliers know that demand is for them. So, the less words you use, the better. Therefore, the name should not exceed 60 characters. Of course, minimum words must not be at the expense of the content. It is also unnecessary to include the word "looking for" or "please quote price" etc. in the headline. The title should always include what it is. Whether the demand of work, purchase goods or services or a combination of these elements, eg purchase of electrical installation material, Laying of paving, Purchase of interlocking paving including laying, etc.


A detailed description of the demand

Here you have enough space to specify in detail your demand. These include technical specifications, quantity, way of transportation, term and place of realization, quality of goods, preliminary pricing plan.

The rule is, therefore, that the more information you provide about the goods or services you ask for, the more detailed and more accurate the offer you receive.

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