Perfect Pitch: The Art of Selling Ideas and Winning New Business
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Perfect Pitch: The Art of Selling Ideas and Winning New Business

by Jon Steel
     
 

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A professional “pitching coach” for one of the world’s largest marketing conglomerates, Jon Steel shares his secrets and explains how you can create presentations and pitches that win hearts, minds, and new business. He identifies the dos and don’ts and uses real-world examples to prove his points. If you make pitches for new business, this

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A professional “pitching coach” for one of the world’s largest marketing conglomerates, Jon Steel shares his secrets and explains how you can create presentations and pitches that win hearts, minds, and new business. He identifies the dos and don’ts and uses real-world examples to prove his points. If you make pitches for new business, this is the perfect book for you.

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"...pitching is a necessary evil, and here Steel dispenses his wisdom on how to come through the other side" (The Drum, October 17th 2008)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471789765
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
10/27/2006
Series:
Adweek Bks.
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
622,376
Product dimensions:
6.46(w) x 9.13(h) x 1.20(d)

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Meet the Author

JON STEEL is an accidental advertising professional, a co-creator of the famous "got milk?®" ad campaign, and the bestselling author of Truth, Lies, and Advertising: The Art of Account Planning, from Wiley. He is currently a new business and training consultant for WPP, one of the world's largest marketing communication conglomerates. Among other awards, Steel has received eleven gold Effies from the American Marketing Association for Advertising Effectiveness, a David Ogilvy Gold Award, and a Blue Peter badge for a letter he wrote, at age ten, to the UK's most popular and enduring children's television program.

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