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'Upgrade' Your Agency's Clients: Three Priorities for 2019

We all want great clients… but it’s an ongoing struggle for most agencies. To make the upgrade, you need to consistently do three things: fire terrible clients, attract good clients, and grow great clients.

In this mini-workshop for agency leaders, you’ll get concrete ideas to jumpstart ‘upgrading’ your current and future client relationships. Author and consultant Karl Sakas (@KarlSakas) will share real-world tips based on his experience advising 300+ agencies on every inhabited continent and his background as an agency operations director.


Thanks to AMA New York, you’ll head home with the next steps you can start applying immediately to improve your agency. Your ticket includes light appetizers.




Karl Sakas


Karl Sakas

Author & Agency Advisor

Sakas and Company

Agency growth is good… unless it gets out of control. Karl Sakas (@KarlSakas) helps agency owners increase their profits and reduce their stress, by conquering growing pains. As a management consultant and executive coach at Sakas & Company, Karl has personally advised hundreds of agencies on every inhabited continent. He is the author of Made to LeadThe In-Demand Marketing Agency, and more than 300 articles on agency management. When he’s not helping clients, Karl is an award-winning Past President of AMA Triangle and volunteers as a bartender on a 1930s railroad car.


$20 Current Members of AMA New York
$25 General Attendees


Ticket sales will end at 10 PM on Wednesday, May 15th. No day of, on-site registration will be available.

Thursday, May 16 at 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

WeWork 18 West 18th Street New York, New York 10010

Event Type

Classes and Workshops


Creativity, Content Marketing, Marketing and Advertising Technology, B2B

Target Audience

Executives, Small Agencies, Media Agencies, B2B Marketers



$20 Current Members of AMA New York; $25 General Attendees



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