I love pitching for new business. However, as someone of color, I flinch slightly whenever I hear “chemistry meeting.” Pitch scorecards may be dreary and mechanistic, but at least there is a sense of rationality and transparency about the scores. The strategy wasn’t robust? Fine. The media planning was fanciful? Fine. Those knocks are part and parcel of daily life for all of us.
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