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APSMA QLD: Shifting the Focus - Marketing ideas for Associates, Seniors and Managers

  • 12 October 2016
  • 07:00 - 09:00 (AEST)
  • Corrs Chambers Westgarth Level 42, 111 Eagle St Brisbane


  • For members of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals Australia and New Zealand (APMP ANZ) chapter

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Professional service firms are shifting their attention, and investment, in business development skills and expectations from the exclusive realm of Partners. Today firms are engaging a wider cross section of experience to help them compete.

Recently presented in Sydney to outstanding feedback, Sue-Ella Prodonovich will join us in Queensland to discuss tried and tested methods for up-skilling and empowering fee earners (from Associate /Senior through to Senior Associate/Director levels) in Business Development and Marketing.

This session will look at:

  • Practical ideas for getting professionals involved from day one
  • Role of marketing and business development
  • How to improve your firm’s rate of success

Who should attend:

  • Young professionals
  • Marketing and business development professionals
  • HR and learning & Development professionals
  • Managing Partners and CEOs

About the speaker:

Sue-Ella has more than 20 years’ senior level experience in winning and growing business in business-to-business services and professional services sector. During this time her roles have included Director of Marketing with Arthur Andersen, Director of Business Development & Marketing with Baker & McKenzie, Senior Consultant with Rogen SI, Owner of PTB Consulting and Partner, Business Development Services with Crowe Horwath.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2016
7.30am registration,  7:45 am – 9:00 am presentation and discussion 
Location Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Level 42, 111 Eagle St  Brisbane
Price: Members $40.00 
Non-members $55.00
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