The legendary music impresario, Quincy Jones, has said this piece of advice from his bandmate at the time, Count Basie, was one of the best pieces he ever received. A man who started out playing trumpet for bandleader Lionel Hampton, who went on to orchestrate for Sinatra, produce Michael Jackson and champion Hip-Hop and Rap. A man who managed change and often created the future. Not a bad role model for any business. A fierce intelligence, aligned with an extraordinary work ethic, he has excelled at everything he has done, except perhaps by his own admission, marriage.

So how as a business do you ‘learn to deal with the valleys’? There are many possible valleys a business may face. So, having strong Touchpoints with your multiple stakeholder base, in particular your customers/clients and employees, helps in dealing with this. At DVC we are experts in creating those Touchpoints.

We create stakeholder engagement and measurement programmes. We are market leaders in content marketing and thought leadership programmes. We create Touchpoints which reflect reinforce and reiterate a company’s brand strategy. Touchpoints that enable companies to deliver growth and ROI.

We are dedicated to helping our clients WIN, PROTECT AND GROW their Global Client Relationships, through helping them promote their insights and ideas. We help them establish relevant and contextual dialogue, with all their stakeholders. We help them drive their commercial success.

So, if you feel like you need help in managing for ‘the valleys’ contact us on meg@dvcconsultants.com and we will help you ‘head for the hills’.


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