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How agency optimism can get in the way of a successful pitch

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. Don’t get me wrong, I’m an unashamed optimist. … Continue reading

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How do you pitch when you’re the incumbent agency?

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. It sounds like the toughest gig in town. … Continue reading

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Nine kinds of agency pitch process and counting

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. TrinityP3 manages all kinds of reviews for clients. … Continue reading

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The five universal principles of successful pitch management

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. Managing pitches is not the main thing we … Continue reading

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How digital and data drive marketers to four extremes

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. I just came back from the World Federation … Continue reading

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What marketing can learn from judo about influence

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Nathan Hodges, TrinityP3‘s General Manager. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. Our judo teacher at school wasn’t a large … Continue reading

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Nine great ways to ensure you will never get a high performance marketing team

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post by Nathan Hodges, General Manager of TrinityP3. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. I was recently asked by … Continue reading

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10 sure-fire ways to get thrown off a pitch shortlist

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post by Nathan Hodges, a business director at TrinityP3. Nathan applies his knowledge and creativity to the specific challenges of marketing management, with a particular focus on team dynamics and behavioural change. Decided you … Continue reading

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