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Sly ways to compete with competitors

 
#1 Sly ways to compete with competitors
02/12/2009 09:33

Anon

When pitching for some work, what little techniques do you find useful in order to gain the upper hand over a competitor or to discredit them?

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#2 RE: Sly ways to compete with competitors
02/12/2009 22:22

Richard Whiteley to Anon (#1)

I don't.

Although I have come across a couple of people who do - guess which firms they were from?

Answer: SAB YE, AP

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#3 RE: Sly ways to compete with competitors
03/12/2009 16:05

anon to Richard Whiteley (#2)

I sometimes fart in the lift and blame Deloitte

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#4 RE: Sly ways to compete with competitors
04/12/2009 11:34

Deloitte to anon (#3)

Anon,

If we ever find out who you are, we will take legal action. That was really embarrassing.

The client started asking questions like, "do you just do strategy, or sometimes do you follow through...?" and tittering.

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#5 Up against PA or EDS
04/12/2009 19:05

anon2 to Deloitte (#4)

Always advise the client to ask competing consultancies about their record on safeguarding client data

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