Rain Making: The Professional’s Guide to Attracting New Clients by Ford Harding is written for anyone who wishes to bring in business, generate leads, and develop relationships that turn into profitable projects. In essence, this book—chock full of resources, research, and technique—is for anyone who wants to hone a marketing mentality, made accessible.

Stephanie Munoz, Business Development Director for Dibble, talks in-depth about he all-in environment, mentors, and storytelling in marketing.

Traditional planning sessions typically begin with previous years’ plans and budgets as a benchmark, but with the unpredictability of the past few years, should we rely on that information?Absolutely not! Getting your entire firm involved in market research is the key to planning for unpredictability. 

Karen Carr, Business Development Director of Boldt Construction, describes her process of starting from scratch with new perspectives and firm-wide buy-in.

Finance, human resource, management, and operations leaders are all major factors of a smooth marketing campaign. Understanding their roles in marketing objectives allows for firm-wide, ALL IN marketing to work on another level.

Stephanie Ray, Corporate Director of Marketing for Sunrise Engineering, provides in-depth answers to our marketing questions and outlines a thorough process to strengthen her firm through marketing support and initiatives.

While presentations are only given by one person, the entire firm can and should be involved in both the prep and training. This benefits everyone—not just the presenter.

Eric Stratford, Director of Business Development & Preconstruction Services at R&O Construction, shares his experience in working as a team with leadership, business, and marketing to create a cohesive and supportive approach to the firm's marketing development.

Preparing for and executing a proposal takes an especially involved brand of teamwork. The firm being All In for this process is critical to successful proposals and business as a whole.

Everyone at the firm should be involved when it comes to creating and engaging with content in the social media sphere—everyone has a role, whether that's creating a vision or sharing posts within their personal networks.

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