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Ted Grigg

The only thing I would change is to call it "RFPs = High-Torture".

I never saw anything useful coming out of the RFP exercise from either the client OR agency perspective.

I agree with you. Don't do it if you can possibly avoid it.

Better to set up an internally developed list of priorities the client team agrees to in advance and select the agency on that basis.

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