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The executive summary is the most important part of a business document. It is the first (and sometimes the only) thing others will read and the last thing you should write. It is simply a brief review of the document, given so the busy people who will read your document know at a glance how much to read and what actions will probably be needed.
The above is adapted a discussion with proposal guru Tom Sant . A longer version is available in my recently published new book, How to Say It: Business to Business Selling .
Due to the somewhat seasonal nature of the business, part-time employees will be hired to handle spikes in demand. Those employees will be attracted through competitive wages as well as discounts products and services.
Identify the employers you want to work for and research each one to discover their pain points. What current pressing needs do they have that you can help them with?
Have someone who cares a lot less than you write the summary - one thing I see hurting summaries is having people (including me!) with a lot invested in the writing being unable to let even one little beloved detail go. A little distance can give a lot of perspective.