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Pull up a Chair

Brainstorming with clients - Marketing Doris

I spent an interesting afternoon with a firm of accountants recently.

I had been asked to facilitate a brainstorming session with their senior management team to look at their marketing and business development activities.

The objective of the session was to help them:

  • Identify immediate changes
  • Explore longer term marketing activities

I love these type of workshops; not only do I get to talk about my favourite subject, I get to be creative with ideas, and I usually feel like I’ve been tested on my marketing knowledge with the inevitable quick fire question round, and by the end of the session there is a To Do List and the basis of a plan.

So if you need some help or guidance to be pointed in the right marketing direction, give me a call and let's pull up a chair and have a chat.

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Antikythera Systems
James Brooksbank, Director
"Being in the technical world, your view is obstructed by the opportunities which surround you. It can be difficult to figure out how to move forward without a full understanding of your market. By taking"
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