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Five Agency Growth Lessons In Five Minutes | PRCA

by Sol Welch
11th March 2020
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Partner Miles Welch, has been confirmed as a speaker at the next PRCA’s next Business Development Group event.

On Thursday 11th March, Miles will be detailing his top 5 lessons for agencies looking to get acquired or to make an acquisition. Having successfully scaled agencies, through to acquisition, he has first hand experience to share. Agency growth is always a hot topic, and he will discuss the things you need to consider, and how to give yourself the best chance of making it a success.

Event overview from PRCA:

New business is consistently the number one challenge for all agencies. And unfortunately it’s never a task that is completed. The pipeline will always need fuelling. The good news is we’re bringing you a panel of five new business experts (each an absolute leader in their subject area) to share their top tips to make new business more successful, more efficient, and more fun.

To encourage panelist to really focus on the actions and advice that will impact your agency, each will have just 5 minutes to share their top 5 pieces of advice.

There will be a Q&A for all panelists at the end, to dig deeper into the points that caught your attention, or to get feedback on your own specific challenges.

The topics covered will be:

  • 5 lessons for bossing new business emails
  • 5 lessons about agency messaging: being clear, concise and clever
  • 5 lessons to get maximum ROI from your agency marketing
  • 5 lessons if you want to get acquired or make an acquisition
  • 5 lessons to create a new business culture in your agency


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Operating in 66 countries around the world, the PRCA has offices in the UK, Singapore, and Dubai. It also manages ICCO, the umbrella body for 41 PR associations around the world.

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The Association exists to raise standards in PR and communications, providing members with industry data, facilitating the sharing of communications best practice, and creating networking opportunities.

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