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E-consultancy announces one-day event to help agencies win those new contracts that everybody wants…
London, 5 September 2006: Online publisher E-consultancy is hosting an event on 25 September aimed at improving the way agencies win business, from making pitches more effective to winning the right kind of work.
One of the hardest challenges for CEOs of digital agencies is to attract new work that steers the agency in the direction you want it to go. The right projects allow your staff to develop the right skills. It isn’t just about winning every available pitch.
We truly understand the issues in the digital agency sector and have tailored this event carefully, to provide actionable strategic insight, to help you work smarter.
Training Director Craig Hanna says: “We have a lined up some fabulous speakers who will help shine a light on the issues affecting interactive agencies of all shapes and sizes. In particular, we’ll provide an understanding of the buying process from a client’s perspective.”
Speakers come from Virgin Games, Saatchi and Saatchi Interactive, npower, COI, and the former marketing director of eBay.
The one-day event is split into two sessions – the first on business development, and the second focusing on how to find the right digital partners for your business.
Tickets are strictly limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
More on the Business Development For Agencies event:
More on the Finding The Right Partner event here:
Email email@example.com for further information or telephone 0207 6814099.
E-consultancy is the UK’s leading online publisher of best practice internet marketing reports, research and how-to guides. Since moving to a paid-content model in 2003 it has amassed thousands of paying subscribers, more than 41,000 registered users and 150,000+ unique user sessions per month. Its weekly newsletter is sent to 21,000 users.
Subscribers pay from £149 per year to access the exclusive and highly practical content, which is all geared at helping internet strategists and marketers to improve their websites.
E-consultancy has more than 100 events lined up for 2006, including roundtables and monthly Supplier Showcases, where six suppliers pitch to an audience of pre-qualified buyers (typically between 100-150) in a Central London venue.
E-consultancy also provides a range of public and in-house training programmes, helping companies to educate their teams about internet business and marketing.
Published on: 12:00AM on 5th September 2006