OPINION: Sounding Off - Pitch process lacks necessary dialogue

It seems that pitching for business today is almost akin to having a punt on the National Lottery. When I started in this business one could reasonably calculate there was a one in three chance of securing the business, and you nearly always got to talk to the person who made the decision.

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