It’s the absolute worst part of agency life; it’s the he-who-must-not-be-named of the marketing profession. Losing a client, however, is sometimes inevitable. Maybe the client wasn't a long-term fit for your custom services, perhaps the business was facing its own fiscal troubles, or in some cases, it couldn’t handle gro…Read More
Client deadlines. Two words that can make you break out in a sweat without proper planning.
To paint a picture: it’s the first of the month and the to-dos keeping piling in. You sift through them one-by-one, but they never seem to end. It soon becomes difficult to imagine how you will accomplish each one by its respective deadline.
As you know, meeting client deadlines is a vital piece to agency operations, but getting there can be tricky—especially when juggling multiple accounts.
So how can you ensure deadlines are met, and team members and clients are satisfied?
Let’s look at some best practices for success.Read More
Guest post from Nick Rojas.
Are you ready to expand your agency to other countries? If so, you’re going to be working closely with people who have diverse cultures and communication styles.
As you pursue this step, you’ll experience unfamiliar laws governing the hiring process, employee rights and benefits. Even if you relocate employees from the U.S. to the country of business, you might be surprised at the new strategies you’ll have to employ. Your market may respond differently than they do in the U.S. Add to that the challenge that can come with the lack of in-person communication, and you have your work cut out for you.
At the same time, if your business is ready to take this step, it can be very beneficial, both financially and as a multicultural experience.
As you pursue this new adventure, make sure you’re prepared. Below, we’ve put together five ways to ease the challenges and maximize the benefits of globally expanding your workforce. Read on, and let us help you in your venture!Read More