Do these thoughts sound familiar?
Pitching is damn hard. And it feels like the more time and effort you put into a pitch, the less it pays off – am I right? Yet, with each passing year, your agency requires you to pitch more and more often, because client relationships are getting shorter and shorter. It's not your imagination. This is an industry trend that is fast becoming the new normal.
Most agencies have to PITCH MORE than 10X a year
Let me tell you a story about our friend Larisa Kluchman – she's is the cultural strategy director at Sparks & Honey and an amazing strategist. About six months ago, we sat down with Larisa to talk about why her team wasn't winning as many pitches as she'd like.
We set out to crack the code of what was holding them back from achieving the success rates their high quality work deserved.
One pattern emerged in 90% of their failed pitches. Each one of these potential clients exhibited one or more of what we call the 6 Pitching Sins – red flags that should send “DANGER! DANGER!” warnings to any agency that encounters them. We gave Larisa our list and advised her to use it to screen which pitches she took on. Her results:
“Since we started screening upcoming opportunities against the 6 pitching sins, we reduced the number of pitches we took on by 30% and at the same time increased the number of accounts won!”
–Larisa Kluchman Cultural Strategy Director at Sparks & Honey –
Waste less time, win more pitches. Isn't that what we all want?
My promise to you is that by the end of this webinar, you will have a clear game plan for how to CRUSH your next business pitch.
I'll be sharing with you the exact strategies I've used to help hundreds of agencies win new business.
This webinar is for you if you are in:
And you are looking to quickly expand your client list.
CUBEYOU CEO & FOUNDER
“Cubeyou, changed the way we approach now business forever! Before each pitch was a different story, now we have the right tools and a clear roadmap to approach any new business coming along.”
- Merkley & Partners -