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We are a full service, outsourced business development group that helps Agencies win new business. We only work with Agencies (of all types and sizes) and we represent your company as part of your team. We price to make programs affordable, and give you the manpower of an entire team at your disposal. 90% of all clients who have been with RSW/US for over a year experience a 2-7X profit payout on our program. Here are a few ways we help move our clients closer to closing more business:

    • Develop new business positioning and prospecting plans.
    • Build the industry’s cleanest and most customized lists.
    • Get clients qualified meetings in front of decision makers.
    • Move clients beyond the initial meeting to move them closer to close.

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Some interesting words from Nissan’s marketing chief, Roel de Vries in an article from The Drum, (Why is it my job to herd all these cats’? Nissan marketing chief Roel de Vries on agency relationships) where he points to “a lack of integration within agencies as the main factor for brands failing to achieve a […] […]

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This is our fourth year supporting the international philanthropy Soles4Souls (www.soles4souls.org) and it was our biggest year yet. We raised over 4,000 pairs of shoes (4,212 to be exact) that will be distributed worldwide to help people working to pull themselves out of poverty. Because our level of involvement has i […]

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After the first meeting with a new prospect, what do you do? This is a question born out of our recent RSW/US Agency – Marketer Business Report in which 53% of marketers related that agencies are not sufficiently aggressive following up after a meeting. Getting a meeting with a new prospect can be an adrenaline-charged […]

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