This post is by Darren Woolley, Founder of TrinityP3. With his background as analytical scientist and creative problem solver, Darren brings unique insights and learnings to the marketing process. He is considered a global thought leader on agency remuneration, search and selection and relationship optimisation.
As TrinityP3 continues to grow, so does the team of professionals within the company and so does the depth of experience and expertise. Therefore I want to take this opportunity to introduce some of the core team members and their expertise, before having them answer three questions on what they do being:
- What are the challenges facing marketers today in their area of expertise?
- How does TrinityP3 assist marketers in this area?
- What advice would they give to any marketer facing these challenges?
TrinityP3 Senior Consultant Lyndon Brill. Lyndon clearly loves his job. Following 15 years as Financial Director for advertising agencies around the globe, he now brings that knowledge and the application of the TrinityP3 benchmarks and processes to evaluate and assess the conundrum that is agency remuneration.
Rather than seeing agency fees as simply compensation for the resources used, Lyndon and the TrinityP3 team work to reveal the role the remuneration model plays in delivering value and impacts on the quality of the output and its effectiveness. Beyond just simply rate and salary benchmarking, TrinityP3 assesses and calculates resource mix and levels against scope of work deliverables.
As Lyndon explains, remuneration is about delivering value to the advertiser and the agency. Ensuring the right level, mix and type of resources are available to the marketer to deliver the output and the outcomes desired at a cost that is sustainable and fair to all parties.
Q1: What are the biggest issues developing a good value agency remuneration model?
Because we do this every day of the week, we can give an overall industry perspective because we’re analysing different marketers within different categories and therefore we know what level of remuneration is occurring for different levels of resource and also the size of the spend based on the size of the account.
We can make sure that marketers are achieving value for money by not just looking at their relationship with their agency, but also how the industry and their sector works as a category.
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