San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This event is a rare opportunity to gain insight and inspiration on how to win new business directly from a panel of senior clients. Learn how to build effective relationships and get your foot in the door with the clients you really want to work with.
We all know about the power of relationships and word of mouth, but why is it that we build great relationships with some people, but not with others? What can we do about it, and more importantly, how can we build better relationships with more people, and therefore win more business? How can we make sure that the client we really want to work with, wants to work with us too?
Andy Edwards heads ‘Nine 5 Three’ Ltd based in the South of England, offering Training, Coaching, Consulting and Professional Speaking. Having studied Marketing and lectured on the CIM Marketing Diploma, Andy further qualified in Behavioural Psychology and has a Diploma in Coaching.
Andy runs training, speaking, personal development and coaching-based events in the UK, Europe USA and the Middle East. These focus on Client Relationships, Team Relationships and Self Relationship (Motivation).
He has written a number of self published and E-books and regularly contributes to National magazines, Blogs, Radio shows and ‘Guest Lecture’ slots.A sought-after trainer, coach and key-note speaker, Andy is regularly booked for National Conferences, Staff Conventions/away-days and AGM’s for talks which are motivational, engaging, thought-provoking and fun.
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The Art of New Business
The Art of New Business is a collaborative network of like-minded individuals set up by Karla Morales-Lee and Sarah Bradley. Our focus is on finding new ways of winning business, and giving support and advice to each other. We run events in London and Manchester for new business executives, managers and directors working in the creative sector. For each event we select speakers who can inspire our network to think differently about what they do and how to do it. We want to lead the search for ‘a better way’. That means better people, better processes, better tools and better results. Bringing in new business for your agency can often be a lonely, high pressured job, so this network has been set up to support and inspire those of you facing daily pressure to bring in new business, often in silo from the rest of their organisation.