However you’ve thought about value in the past, it will have an ongoing and much deeper relevance as we move into a new and more challenging era. Value will become an essential guiding light for agency leaders regardless of any immediate plans for selling their business.
Whether it’s the best acquirers, investors, clients, talent or partners, stakeholders will be more discerning in choosing their next agency. Not only will they be seeking out those that are genuinely at the top of their game, they’ll be assessing which agencies have the performance, resources and management to fulfil their growth ambitions, stick to their principles and survive future market fluctuations.
There will be new challenges for agencies. More rigour, better planning and greater attention to detail around profitability, growth and quality. No half measures and nothing left to chance in the way your business performs and the way it’s managed.
We’ll share our knowledge and experience and explain how you can build the value of your business and maximise your potential for the future.
Places are limited to ensure a personal and productive discussion.
This event is for BCI members only. A minimum donation of £10+VAT per person is required to reserve your place.
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We add our collective knowledge and specialist expertise to help you realise your full potential and value.
The Future Positive series is run by the Tonic senior team who draw on their experience leading and guiding some of the best agencies through challenging times.
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Virtual Bristol Distinguished Address: Professor Lyndsay Duthie, CEO, The Production Guild of Great Britain
Pushing past the pandemic, what’s next for film and television?
After an unprecedented halt to film and television production, the industry had to find new ways of working safely. This was a momentous effort which led to the British Film Commission’s working safely on set protocols. How does that level up the field for those caregivers, in particular women, who leave the industry disproportionately to their male counterparts? What are the lessons we can learn and what does the future look like as we push past the pandemic?
Surviving and thriving in the new normal of commerce
Join us to hear from a great line-up of panellists from different digital backgrounds, who will offer their thoughts on the changing environment of e-commerce.
Google x Digital Marketing Futures
DMF: Digital Marketing Futures – previously ADFUTURES – is an ongoing series of inspiring and actionable seminars about the future of digital marketing from those creating it.