Bob Weissman, Your Agency Specialist Consultant

Your Unique Business Roadmap

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Your Agency is Different – So Are You!

While agencies share many of the same challenges, each is unique in itself with specific issues/concerns. How you address these requires a Strategic Plan for success! It becomes your unique business roadmap.

Agencies have different resources/capital – whether they be financial or human. As such, the business Roadmap for growth requires a dedicated approach specific to your situation!

Unfortunately, while you are different and have unique challenges, to the outside world you look like your competitors. So, as a starter, you must DIFFERENTIATE your positioning, your look, your feel, etc.

By carefully analyzing your resources (Current State) you can plan for the Future – build the business Roadmap to get there. This analysis involves staff (skill sets), your customers (past, current and new), your processes (lead generation, operations, etc.), your finances, etc.

For most, there is a lot to handle all at once, so prioritize – you can’t change everything all at once, BUT you can begin to tackle your challenges sequentially.

Your agency is your baby, and for many it’s hard to see the forest through the trees. This is especially true if you don’t have a good understanding of what your competitors have done to be successful and what they planning on doing going forward. The market is changing rapidly and you better be prepared to evolve along with it. So ask yourself, are you connected enough to know? Or, do I need an honest objective outside perspective.

Over the years, I have helped many agencies differentiate themselves from their competition. If you’d like to explore how to better differentiate yours, then contact me at, at 610-416-5806, or visit my website/blog

I will show you how to GROW – PROFITABLY!


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About the Author

About the Author: Bob Weissman has consulted with more than 50 marketing, advertising, PR, and technology agencies. He's helped them develop an agency growth strategy targeting a 20% minimum growth rate. He is a board member of the Philadelphia Ad Club and has been a consultant with the AAAAs and Ben Franklin Technology Partners. .


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