A lot of people say creative work has to be messy, but I don’t think that’s always true. Here are five ways you can improve your systems and processes to impress current and potential clients.
The chances are that 2020 was a lot less scary for people who’d anticipated the worst-case scenario and put contingency plans in place.
With campaigns and projects, creative agencies operate differently to other types of business and could benefit from a different approach to accounting.
Even with creative agency staff working from home during 2020, campaigns got launched and websites got built. What opportunities are there in 2021?
Are your colleagues in the habit of bidding for budget they don’t need ‘to be on the safe side’? And do you hear people grumbling that they’ve been held back by the lack of available budget? As 2021 budgets firm up in many creative businesses, here’s advice on how to make the process work.
One of the biggest challenges of growth is that the bigger your creative business gets, the more people you need to keep happy. Stakeholders need to feel you’re on top of things and reassured that the numbers stack up. Good leaders don’t react to queries – they present reports that answer questions before they’re asked.