Conference report: “You haven’t heard it all before” Professional Marketing Forum conference September 2019 (Innovation, procurement, campaigns, creativity, assertiveness)

This conference report on the Professional Marketing Forum conference September 2019 was published in the November edition of Professional Marketing magazine https://www.pmforum.co.uk/pm-magazine/pm-magazine.aspx  Lucy Canning of Grant Thornton UK kicked off proceedings by challenging the “echo chamber of assumptions” in professional services marketing and suggesting that we “tear up the rule Read More

By |2019-11-11T10:21:04+00:00November 11, 2019|

Sign up for the 2nd Estates Gazette Property Marketing Summit

In June 2014, I presented a paper on future trends in property marketing at the first Estates Gazette Property Marketing conference. I also wrote a series of blogs about some of the other presentations. Here are the links if you are interested: Property marketing trends http://kimtasso.com/property-marketing-trends-challenging-convention/ Land Securities and digital Read More

By |2015-03-20T10:45:23+00:00March 20, 2015|

Legal client feedback – Group General Counsel of Colt (telecommunications) 2014 (and procurement tips)

Continuing the blog series on "Legal client feedback" Robin Saphra, Group General Counsel of Colt (telecommunications, IT and data centres with 65 lawyers in his team and a £12m legal budget) shared his views on relationships with professional service firms at the September 2014 Professional Marketing Forum Conference: Three years Read More

By |2014-10-03T11:42:52+01:00October 3, 2014|

The future agenda for marketing in the professions?

At the recent Professional Marketing Forum conference  I was asked to facilitate a session with Kevin Doolan of Eversheds on “How does the marketing team drive the new client agenda?” - and consider the future agenda for marketing in the professions. The topic was selected by Richard Chaplin of the Managing Partners Read More

By |2018-02-15T17:25:42+00:00October 6, 2013|
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