Food For Thought: What's the Value of Advertising?

  • 28 Feb 2017
  • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Boulder, CO 80304
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Food For Thought: What's the Value of Advertising?

February 28th 11:15 AM - 1:00 pm


Upslope Brewery 1898 South FlatIron Ct, Boulder

Once upon a time agencies made profitability through mark-up. Sadly, not any more. The project scope of work and the monthly fee are the way money comes into an agency. And now we're measured by rate cards, the profit margin and timesheet analysis. That's a fast road to commoditizing ourselves. But is there an opportunity, even within this income model, to 'sell' ourselves based on value?

So, how can those contracts and scopes of work become a way to sell value? And of course, do we ensure our clients know what they will receive? And do our clients know what they won't receive?

February's Food For Thought will cover the foundational aspects of good financial management and then delve into the bigger strategic questions. A panel including Financial Directors, Agency Leadership and Savvy Account Directors will talk about how we build a more valued and profitable agency.

Panelists Include:

David Miles, President, MilesBrand

Andrea Stone, Managing Director, BrandJuice

Mackie Clonts, Account Director, Amelie Company

Teresa Robbins, Chief Financial Officer, Victors & Spoils

Christine Stoeber, EVP Network CFO, The Integer Group 

Food and Beverage available for purchase at Upslope and Sancho's Mexican Food Truck

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Challenge your thinking. Expand your knowledge. Join the conversation. 

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