Skip To Content

How to Pitch in a Pandemic: Montieth & Co Joins TheNetworkOne Webinar Wednesdays

by M&Co. Staff

Event Banner

This Wednesdays TheNetworkOne Webinar Presenters

For most of us, the Coronavirus pandemic has meant that we’ve had to adapt business practices to the current environment of lock-downs and fewer face-to-face meetings.

So, with the help of our good friends at the 4As of America, the Observatory International in Germany, plus the AAR, and Codefinery in the UK, we have compiled a list of things to do, don’t do, and watch-out for, when it comes to pandemic pitching.

In this webinar, Paul Squirrell, director of thenetworkone, and Robin Bonn, founder of Codefinery, will take a deep-dive into these findings, regarding how to pitch an idea.

About our speakers:

Paul Squirrell is director of thenetworkone. He joined in 2006 after co-founding creativebrief, an online agency/client marketplace, during the dot com boom.

Tara Turkington is the CEO of Flow Communications in Johannesburg. Tara has a wealth of experience in the marketing and advertising industry and is skilled in nonprofit organizations, SEO, photography, news writing, and crisis communications.

Katarina Matic, is a director at Montieth & Company in New York. Katarina leads the Public Affairs practice, helping her clients build relationships with government administrations, agencies, and elected officials. Katarina has extensive experience in policy analysis, legislation, community and government relations, and more.

Robin Bonn is the founder of Codefinery, a specialist management consultancy for agencies. From fast-paced course correction to more significant business transformation, he helps CEOs and founders get beyond dated “best practice” and adopt a more modern approach to growth.

Thenetworkone’s ‘Wednesday Webinars’ are designed especially for independent agency leaders, and ALL ARE WELCOME. All we ask is that you register with your business email address, so we will know who you are.

In the spirit of Covid-19 collaboration, they are all FREE of CHARGE and will be broadcast via Zoom. Each webinar will last 55 minutes, including Q&A.


Register for the free webinar here.