Coproductions

Submit A Bid

Freelance professionals can bid on Coproductions projects to which they have been invited.

Submit a Project Bid

Thank you for your interest in the project! Please enter the relevant information below to submit your bid to the client for consideration.

Please keep in mind:

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This is a bid, not a proposal. The goal is to show the client that you have the skills required and your estimated price. Keep it short and sweet, and bid often.

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Your public online presence matters, such as your LinkedIn profile or personal website. Please make sure they represent you well, including a picture of your face! Clients like to see that you're a real person.

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If you would like to share files, please save them to a cloud storage folder such as DropBox or Google Drive and make it public with a URL.

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You are not bound to accept the project, even if your bid is accepted. But why not, right?

Your Name (The project lead) *
Your Name (The project lead)
SELECT THE PROJECT FROM THE DROP-DOWN that matches the Bid Request email.
List the names and roles of those on your team other than you. Please make sure they sign up for the network or send the required info via email. (If you do not, they might be excluded from your bid.)
Please list the phases of your project with a short description and a price or price range.
Please ensure the total price or price range matches the sum of the phases above.
Your LinkedIn page or personal site (if different than what you provided at sign up).
To make it easy for clients, please save your samples on a public shared folder, such as Dropbox or Drive, and make the link public. (For attachments, email them to bids@coproductions.com)
Please provide a BRIEF (max 85 words) statement as to why you are a great match for this project.
Please list anything you think is important for the client to understand when considering your bid, e.g. "Hours capped at 10/wk," "Only working nights and weekend," or "Not available to start until [date]."