You might be asking why GamePlan ask for everyone (companies and/or individuals alike) to sign a mutual Non-Disclose Agreement before we send you a business proposal.
Well, we do that for several reasons:
1. To protect your data and your information.
At GamePlan we cherish the value of data and information, and we want to make sure you are protected. As we mainly work with creative work, IPs and business details, we want all our relationships to be safe.
2. To make sure that we deliver the best possible work proposal.
See, if we don’t share mutual details, our proposals would be possible, but definitively less complex and complete, since we would have to guess and make assumptions, that might possibly change in the future. The right information can even make your project cheaper!
3. We have amazing ideas; you have amazing ideas, let’s protect them.
One of the main pillars and the biggest added value of a consultancy is the complex array of expertise and experiences that, together, empower us to help you achieve the best results. I can say, without doubt, that our creative solutions are among the best in the market, and that they do deliver amazing results.
To deliver on those results, the sole idea is useless. Some may find quite interesting to ask consultancies for proposals, get the best ideas out of them, and then execute. What could go wrong, right?
Well, plenty could go wrong, starting with the fact that, if you are looking for an independent solution, you probably are looking for an expertise addition to your own. Our ideas that populate our projects, per example, are based on our ability to execute in the best possible way and deliver the correct business intelligence and ROI out of it.
One may try to gather ideas from consultants and still think it is a smart move. I respectfully disagree, per the reasons above.
Potential clients are also commonly targeted by consultants that are looking for a head start on trending subjects and innovation, so these things can (and do) occur both ways.
At GamePlan, we know that some of the main keys to success are ethics, hard work and the right set of skills. We strive to deliver excellence on all of them, and we are looking for clients that also believe in the same values that we do.
By André Faure, CEO GamePlan