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9 excerpts on the topic “Prospection”
Yorgo Tloupas
[…] Strategy in our field, alas, usually all comes down to the network. I often say to my students: “Venture forth into the world!” I wish I didn’t have to tell them to go out for drinks at art openings, but the fact remains: it helps. […]
Yorgo Tloupas
[…] Going to a dinner party and meeting people is a kind of soft power strategy. […]
Mirko Borsche
[…] The key in opening up to a more international, broader audience was Paris. Because there are not a lot of agencies outside of Paris working for Paris companies. […]
Mirko Borsche
[…] That definitely helped and then we started 5 or 6 years ago to work a lot for Italy and Milan. The good thing about Italians is that they’re open. They’re not like most of the other Europeans who say: “This is my baby now, and you can’t work with him”, they really pass you around, like: “This is my friend Mirko, he’s super excellent”, or “This is my friend Mirko, he has a cool company, you should do something with him as well”. That’s how it all started. […]
Scheltens & Abbenes
[…] (LA) back to the question of strategy: through our series we meet people and by meeting these people, we get new collaborations if it fits. Ideas are coming together (…) the pictures are also a motor in a way, they’re the engine for the road we take, the journey in meeting people. […]
Jean-Baptiste Levée
[…] The thing I enjoy in this business is meeting people. Learning from them, sharing viewpoints, talking. That is perhaps why I could never myself be an employee, because after a while unless you take a lot of meetings your job ends up being repetitive. […]
Jean-Baptiste Levée
[…] I go the business development route, meeting people, prospecting, going to trade shows. Shmoozing. Preaching the good word. […]
Jean-Baptiste Levée
[…] Grow and expand your network. If purchasing databases was all you needed, then everyone would be successful. Essentially it all boils down to being a nice, fun and interesting guy to meet, someone who not only doesn’t waste your time but actually brings something to the table. You’ve got to have humanity, that quality that makes meeting you a pleasant experience. […]
Willo Perron
[…] People won’t hire you if they don’t know what you do. If you are not getting hired, then just make things, it’s not that complicated. […]

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