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'All-in-90' TRAINING : Life’s a Pitch…Spend less time winning more pitches

‘All-in-90’ TRAINING : Life’s a Pitch…Spend less time winning more pitches

Agencies are always pitching. New business from existing clients and new business from new clients. Working on a pitch can be exciting and exhilarating. It can also be stressful, time consuming and frustrating. This course is designed to help those involved in working on or leading new business pitches. To put some key principles in place to help any pitch team to be more efficient, passionate and focused on the pitch task.

To instil in delegates some simple tools to make a new business pitch process as efficient as possible so less time is spent running around in circles so that more time can be spent on the thinking and how to win.

This course is particularly helpful for Account Handlers at all levels. The support team to the Pitch leaders in all types of Agency. Those who are involved in having to convince existing and new clients of why their agency and their team should win the pitch.

DATE: 20th April 2021

TIME: 10am to 11.30am


Paul Burns spent 25 very successful and exciting years at Saatchi & Saatchi looking after client business. He became their Training Director and first Director of Knowledge Practices, sitting on the main Management Board of the Agency.

He is recognised to have passion and skill in developing people and won several industry awards for Learning and Development.

He has run accounts across a wide variety of businesses, from the hugely successful bid and launch of the National Lottery, to fast turnaround business on News International. He has led teams on large and complex financial brands and has run countless Blue Chip fmcg brands.

In 2015 he became a co-founder of Rock and a Hardplace a new and award winning eLearning program for the Marcoms industry.


Tuesday 20 April 2021 10:00 am - 11:30 am


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