EOT November 2020

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November 23, 2020

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Join this session to hear perspectiveson pitchingfrom fellow agencies

We’ve all had to get used to working remotely, but how have you adjusted to pitching remotely?

We all know the importance of a good pitch. Theycan be months in the making, and a positive result makes all that time and effortworth it.

However, when a global pandemiccomes along, things have to change.

Perhaps plans have completely fallen through due to the current circu mstances. You might have even had to overhaul your pitch and change your planned approach entirely to suit you r, now digital, audience.

And what’s more, once you are pitchingvia video call, it’s much harder to ‘read the room’ – weVe even heard horror storiesof agencies pitching to a ‘black hole”of turned-off videos!

Well be talking all about your experiences of pitching remotely, the tec hniqu es you Ve used to maxim ise yo ur efforts, and whether yo u’ve achieved success despite these setbacks. Has it taught you anythingyou’ll apply to pitching once things are back to normal?

Sign up to the session and share your experiences -we promise you won’t be talking to a blank screen!

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