|Topic||Business Development & Marketing|
|CPD||1 - Practice Management and Business Skills|
|Associate Member||AUD $74.50|
Tina Hay, Puzzle Media
Business development (BD) is the process that is used to identify, nurture and acquire new clients and business opportunities to drive growth and profitability. A business development plan is a guide to bring everyone in the firm on the same page and get them to work towards a common goal.
So what should you consider when creating a Business Development Plan for your Law Firm?
Tina will share the key elements to include as part of your Business Development Planning covering the following:
- How Branding and Marketing are key when it comes to Business Development
- Why existing client relationships can determine future growth
- Creating a funnel that provides ongoing enquiries to your firm
Who should attend:
• Small to medium sized firms.
• Practice Managers, Partners and others responsible for strategic Business Development planning within the firm.
This seminar will be recorded and made available in our On Demand library after the live event.
CEO + Founder at Puzzle Media
Tina Hay is a speaker, trainer, and founder of Puzzle Media, a Digital Marketing Agency.
With over 20 years of marketing experience, Tina has worked across traditional media and in the last 11 years has immersed herself into the Digital and Social Media Marketing world. She is a regular speaker at events and offers training programs across various areas of marketing and business.
Having launched her business in 2010, Tina holds a great understanding of what is effective when it comes to connecting brands to consumers and growing businesses through digital marketing. The Social Media landscape is rapidly evolving and Tina invests heavily into her team to be across best practices and the latest trends.
Tina and her Puzzle Media team have supported thousands of organisations throughout the years, with their marketing strategy and campaigns. Clients have included professional service firms, listed ASX companies, global organisations, and SME’s.