Win, Keep and Grow Accounts in 45 Min

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Stand out from the crowd with these proven strategies!

  • Learn to position your agency as your client’s most valued asset.

  • Discover how to win your client’s trust, admiration, and respect.

  • Uncover the key to setting your agency apart from the competition.




In this course, learn how to generate maximum value from your collective agency intelligence to your clients’ benefit, and yours. Faster than you ever imagined.

What Will You Learn

  • How to set your agency apart
  • How to earn the respect and admiration of your clients
  • How to position your agency as a valuable asset
  • How to prepare new business strategy...all in 45 minutes

Who Should Attend

  • Business Development Professionals
  • Agency Management
  • Strategic Planning Directors
  • Creative Directors


  • 60 minutes

Course Description

Agencies need a faster, sharper way to stand out with clients and prospects to show they are capable of infinitely better thinking. Fast Track Team Planning is a methodology that recognizes that your agency’s success or failure is determined in a 45-minute window of opportunity. This course will empower you to earn more business from existing clients, and grow accounts!

About the Thought Leader

Frank_Sampogna   Frank Sampogna is the President of Altitude Group. His agency leadership career includes Chairman, Managing Partner/Director, and
  Senior positions at large, midsize and small agencies such as Grey, Wells Rich Greene, Cossette Post, MRM/Gillespie, Dimassimo-
  Goldstein, KSV and Canopy Brand Group.

  John Krubski has spent more than three decades helping agency and company teams make sense of information in the age of
  way-more-information than anyone possibly needs.

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