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20 April, 2016
11:30-1:15 pm
NC State University Club, 4200 Hillsborough St. Raleigh, NC 27606

Don’t Just ‘Make the Logo Bigger!’: Creating Great Client Relationships

OnSite LogoThis event is sponsored by Michelin OnSite, a local service that makes getting new tires easier for the busy PR pro by bringing the installation directly to your home or office.

 

 

karl-sakas-headshot-500px-square-cutoutWhat if every client respected your advice and happily paid on time? Agency consultant Karl Sakas (@KarlSakas) from Sakas & Company will share how you can get the best results, whether you work with external or internal clients.

Karl has worked with hundreds of clients over the past 19 years. He’s worked at agencies, in- house, and as a freelancer. His clients have included small businesses, large corporations, non- profits, and even an Olympic athlete.

His engaging luncheon keynote includes Q&A time to answer your questions about how to get what you want from your clients. Thanks to NCPRSA, you’ll go back to the office with plenty of concrete ideas to make your job easier immediately!

Karl Sakas

sakas-and-company-logo-pngKarl Sakas (@KarlSakas) helps digital marketing agencies grow without the usual growing pains. He founded and runs an online community with 1,300+ agencies in nearly 50 countries.

As president of global consulting firm Sakas & Company, Karl has advised agencies on 6 continents about strategy, operations, and leadership.

Karl is the author of The In-Demand Marketing Agency and has written 150+ articles on agency management. He speaks 25 times a year at industry associations and conferences like INBOUND, BOLO, AAF, AMA, and the Digital PM Summit. When he’s not helping clients, Karl serves as President-Elect of Triangle AMA and volunteers as a bartender on a 1930s railroad car.

Get a free copy of his popular eBook Don’t Just Make the Logo Bigger: Taking Clients from Painful to Profitable when you sign up for his email newsletter.