LETTERS: BULLYING; Baker being able to sell was a joke

As Leigh Baker’s account director at the time (Campaign letters, 24 November), I read with interest his version of events the day he actually managed to sell something. We all had a good chuckle with him about it later over a bottle of Bolly.

As Leigh Baker’s account director at the time (Campaign letters, 24

November), I read with interest his version of events the day he

actually managed to sell something. We all had a good chuckle with him

about it later over a bottle of Bolly.



Learning to sell is of paramount importance. Far too many account men

and women get dealt the mumbo-jumbo card by the creatives and forget

what they are supposed to be doing.



It might help, of course, if creative departments were trained in

selling and how to make a profit. Now that would be a laugh, wouldn’t

it?



Andrew Tremlett, Andrew Tremlett Advertising, Hampshire



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