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How to spot the BS when hiring a digital agency

Top tips to pick the best agency for your business.

Dealing with a vague client? How to mitigate the potential frustration and come out on top

For the most part, people are very good at picking up on the verbal and visual clues that indicate another's mood. For those in customer-facing positions –...

Deal or no deal: how to negotiate like a pro

Powered by an entrepreneurial engine, start-ups pursue rapid growth off the back of a product or service with a large potential customer base. While a start-up's offering...

Relationships: as valuable as the bottom line

As a business owner, I am a natural giver. I am a big believer in the art of paying it forward and giving to...

How to overcome the challenges of starting and operating a creative business remotely

Starting any business can be a daunting prospect, let alone in the competitive creative industries and when I decided I wanted to start my...

Three rules to find the right customers for your business

When you start a business, it isn't just about what you do well that ensures your path to success, but your customers. Don't fall...

Back to presentation basics: three tips to impress clients

“It’s not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle money. It’s the customer who pays the wages.” – Henry Ford You might have...

DRPR launches PR Mentor for small business

Sydney-based PR agency Dennis Rutzou Public Relations (DRPR) is launching a new training and mentoring program for small businesses, PR Mentor, to kick off on Friday, 17 September.

To pay or not to pay for a pitch?

For as long as I have been in PR the debate has raged on should potential clients pay for pitches?

Clients listen up – here is your code of conduct!

After seven years in a consultancy I have had some time to think about this and I am going out on a limb and say what you are not meant to say if you are in an agency - I think it is time someone developed a code of conduct on how clients should treat their agency and this is why.