February has been a very busy month for me. Lots of returning clients, and some fascinating new customers.
Lately, I have been working on quite a few sales presentations. These are usually punchy, and straight-talking documents which support a sales meeting delivered on iPads or similar devices.
My clients have had a lot of success with these too. Often small companies, who are selling into the defence or energy supply chain, they need to stand out in such a competitive market. We have had some great results, many of them securing new contracts with world-class organisations that they could have only dreamt of working with.
Obviously, I can’t take all the credit, they are brilliant businesses who have a fantastic team of advisors, but I help them get dressed for the occasion. Make them memorable.
If you need help with your sales presentations, either visually or with the content, let me help. I will also introduce you to the team behind them, who dig deep into your business and ensure you are heading for growth in your business.
Last night my husband brought to my attention the Steve Coogan audio book, Alan Partridge: Nomad.
In it, Alan describes the new logo he has designed with his branding agency.
It is quite frankly, the funniest thing I have heard in ages.
Well, they do say that there is nothing funnier than the truth, and although I haven’t had clients quite as prescriptive as Alan Partridge, I have had some that really should leave the designing to the designer and walk away.
Have a listen. Then imagine if you were being orchestrated by a client like that. Be kinder to designers.
Thank you Steve Coogan, you are amazing!!