This simple step change in how you deliver information might just help you to win your next pitch. Quick question… Hands up if a decent proportion of your pitching process is (in one way or another) an exhaustive list of all the things you’re planning to do for your potential client? I’d be surprised if
The below article which I found on Astrobiology is potentially mind-blowing. The development of an instrument that recognises living matter from a distance of 2 kilometers and at a velocity of 70 kph. I’ll let you deep dive into it, but at its core, the development of this new elaborate device could be useful on
This brilliantly constructed article examines Patrick and John Collison, the co-founders of Stripe, a technology payments company whose mission is to ‘increase the GDP of the internet.’ It’s a long read – so I chose not to try and summarise it like I do with other long forms – but I think very worthwhile. In
Utterly inspired by the incredible trailer for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. 5 years culmination of blood, sweat and tears. So worth watching, I challenge you not to be excited about this years Games after watching it.
Regardless of what we tell ourselves, we tend to price our products and services by benchmarking them against what we currently offer or have always charged. There are easy assumptions to be made on what a client ‘would think is too expensive’, or likewise, ‘too cheap’. But have you ever actually asked? How much do