Commercial collaborations

When Mark is approached about possible collaborations he initially looks to clarify 2 key points:

  • Will his involvement add value to your operation and to the target audience?
  • Will he receive an adequate reward and/or share of profits?

Please note that Mark rarely has any interest in ‘commission only’ affiliate arrangements.

Example collaborations that have worked well include:

  • A software house wanted to reach and attract more accountants to attend its events around the UK. They invited, promoted (and paid) Mark as a key note speaker. The events sold out, in part, due to Mark’s inclusion on the programme and his willingness to promote the events to his extensive network by email, on twitter and on Linkedin.
  • Mark was approached by a marketing consultant to the accountancy sector to enter into a JV to create, promote and present an online programme for sole practitioner accountants.
  • Another software house wanted to offer distinct and valuable training on business advisory skills to their client base of accountants in the UK. This was to replicate a similar programme run overseas. They engaged Mark to refocus the course materials and promotional messages to better attract UK audiences, to build and present a unique interactive course and to assist with promotion thereof – and so help raise the profile of the brand in the UK.
  • An Auto-Enrolment solution provider wanted to raise their profile across the UK accountancy profession. They commissioned Mark to author an independent summary of options available to accountants re the introduction of Auto-Enrolment. The sponsoring organisation then put their own promo wrapper around the document before they and Mark prompted it to accountants around the UK.

Available on request: An outline list of alternative packages for any organisation that would like to secure Mark’s involvement in an ongoing collaboration or sponsorship arrangement. Please contact mark(at)bookmarklee.co.uk or call 07769 692 890


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