Executives in Aerospace & Defense, Technology, Advertising, Sales and Architecture Discuss Impact of Pandemic and 2021 Outlook for Business Development
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#bizdev--The Artemis Partnership, a global business development consulting firm, today announced its first executive roundtable, to be held virtually on October 28, 2020 at 12:15 PM EDT. The panel will feature business development leaders in aerospace & defense, technology, advertising, sales, and architecture. Panelists will discuss the impact of the pandemic on revenue growth and their expectations for 2021. Artemis’ managing partner Bob Wiesner, a business development consultant with more than 25 years of experience, will be the moderator.
“Revenue growth in highly competitive categories has never been more challenging,” says Wiesner. “These leaders have faced tough challenges due to the pandemic. The adjustments they made, and their expectations for the coming year, should be stimulating and enlightening for business development professionals across all sectors.”
- Gregg Burgess, Vice President Technology Space Systems, Sierra Nevada Corporation (Aerospace & Defense)
- Andrew Bergstrom, General Manager, DXC Technology (Technology)
- Beth Wade, Global Chief Marketing Officer, VMLY&R (Advertising)
- Todd Lundgren, Executive Director, Regional Practice Leader UK/ Europe, CallisonRTKL (Architecture)
- Jonathan Bowman-Perks MBE, Global Leadership Advisor to Chairmen, CEOs & Executive Teams (Sales)
About The Artemis Partnership:
The Artemis Partnership’s key objective is to help clients win more new business. Revenue growth in highly competitive categories has never been more challenging and clients turn to Artemis to improve success rates for their most important pursuits. Artemis has a unique understanding of how buyers make decisions in tightly competitive categories. From this foundation, Artemis’ consulting services guide its clientele to understand and emphasize those factors, which extend well beyond the technical and pricing elements of their proposals. Clients create real differentiation by focusing on the relevant, even emotional, elements that truly matter to decision makers. This approach results in a consistent 30 to 40 percentage point improvement in conversion rates, and on specific pursuits, clients win 80 percent of the time.
The Artemis Partnership, formed in 2019 by highly-experienced business development consultants Bob Wiesner, Ian Forbes, and Graham Kean, operates in the United States, Asia Pacific and Europe, and services clients across a variety of verticals including marketing, advertising, architecture, construction, engineering, infrastructure, auditing, management consulting, IT solutions, aerospace/defense, and professional/financial services. https://www.artemispartnership.com/