Pitching Meetings go both ways

Our guest suggests that sometimes saying thank you, but no thank you, and stepping away is necessary and good. Further, she challenges her prospective clients to put in the work, do their bit and respect that the advice and guidance that they are given is based on a track record of years of experience.

In a recent article she penned, she says: “I think in this current economic climate we need to remember the fundamentals. Compromising your own values will be detrimental in the long run. When you pitch for new work, don’t be shy to ask questions, they have to impress you as much as you have to impress them, it’s a two-way street.”

Guest: Regine Le Roux - Managing Director | Reputation Matters