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.

 

$221.00

Details

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

Duration

  • 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

  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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