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We regularly invite an inspirational industry leader to hold a digital seminar on key topics for independent agency leaders.
Thriving in Recessionary Times with Chris Savage
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
The last few years have been tough on the global economy, and we’ve not yet recovered. Whether it’s the “hangover” from COVID-19 or the war on Ukraine, people all over the world are having to tighten their belts to deal with the global cost of living crisis.
While things may look bleak, opportunities can come from challenging times. Indeed, tougher economic conditions can be perfect environments for agencies who focus on the right levers to accelerate growth. It’s an opportunity to build differentiation, market share, revenues and profits.
Our next Webinar Wednesday, held on 1st March 2023, will look at how to put this into practice. We’ve invited agency growth specialist, Chris Savage, to share his ideas on the key pillars for agencies to focus on to ensure they survive and thrive through recessionary times.
Buckle up for an ideas-rich, energising presentation – and for a dose of optimism every agency leader needs!
About our speaker
Chris Savage, Founder, The Savage Company
Based in Australia, Chris Savage is one of Asia Pacific’s pre-eminent public relations, marketing and communications industry leaders. Following a highly successful 25 year career in public relations, Chris was appointed Chief Operating Officer of STW Group (now WPP AUNZ), Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group.
In 2015 he founded The Savage Company, a growth advisory firm. He is today a growth advisor, chairman and/or a shareholder in eight leading independent agencies, in creative, CX, public relations, media, healthcare and event management. Chris is the winner of the Mumbrella 2020 Industry Leader Of The Year Award, and the public relations industry’s top award, Golden Targets President’s Award in both 2020 and 2022, all for leadership services to the PR and broader creative industries.
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