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Eric Dewey authors the Legal Marketing Blog, Lawyer Up! and was recently named the Guest Expert of the ABA’s annual marketing and client development edition of Law Practice Management magazine, due out in November of 2013. Dewey’s expertise includes client development; strategy and planning; marketing ROI and client opportunity analysis; client service training and program development; brand and reputation management; and organizational improvement. He can be reached at: 502-693-4731 or at www.groupdewey.com.

CONDUCTING RFP POST MORTEMS

CONDUCTING RFP POST MORTEMS

Win rates on RFP competitions average between 30-50%. So you’re likely to have more losses than wins. Making the most of a loss by conducting a post mortem interview can not only help you improve your next RFP response but it can position you for work with the prospect that turned down your proposal should […]

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