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“If we’re asked to pitch for business by presenting previous work, and by discussing our overall approach, that’s absolutely fine. We’re excited talk to people about why we do what we do, why we’re different from others, and how we can help them best achieve their goals. We want to work with good people, who have great ideas and great businesses. People who share our values, value our time, and recognise the power of good design. If they can’t hire us based on our credentials, and they want to see some sort of mock-up, they’ve shown they don’t value or understand our process, and they probably aren’t the clients we are looking to work with.”

– Andy Cogdon, “Pitching process”, CIN Blog