Clients are still running reviews virtually and agencies are still bringing their A-games. From a recent talk I gave at a marketing procurement conference hosted by Pile and Company partner, Dan Jeffries, and Tina Fegent, hear what’s working surprisingly well when agencies pitch from home.
After years of offering advice to agencies on how to command a room during a pitch, here we are—pitching virtually. With agencies in home offices, client teams in separate locations, and kids, dogs and cats making unscheduled guest appearances. We’re managing several virtual pitches right now.
One week down in this curious, challenging time. Our company has been working from home since last Friday. Schools in Massachusetts are now closed for three weeks. And I’ve rewritten this blog twice. It seems that my perspective is changing daily, if not hourly. However, today,
A new CEO joins an agency, comes in early the first two days, and leaves voicemails for each of her client counterparts. “Just calling to say hello…I’ve started…I’m looking forward to working with you…” Quick. Simple. I’ve now heard about these actual voicemails from a number