PBworks launches New Business Hub

8 Mar

Don Draper, meet PBworks.

This morning, we launched New Business Hub, a new product from PBworks that helps new business development professionals at ad agencies like the fictional Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce win more pitches.

Even the glamorous likes of Don Draper and Roger Sterling can benefit from PBworks collaboration, as New Business Hub makes it easy for them to respond to RFPs (requests for proposal), find appropriate examples of past advertisements, and coordinate the pitch process.

If you’re a Mad Man (or woman) and you’d like to learn more about this new product, visit the New Business Hub landing page and register for a demo.

For a quick look at New Business Hub, you can watch a 5 minute video walkthrough.

3 Responses to “PBworks launches New Business Hub”

  1. Dorene Bates March 28, 2011 at 11:59 am #

    Will you be running PBWorks Summer Camp again this summer? Do you need any mentors? Thanks.

  2. Chris Yeh March 30, 2011 at 8:22 am #

    Hi Dorene,

    With Kristine off on her around-the-world trip, and with Stuart’s annual family holiday, I don’t think we have the staff to run Summer Camp this year. Sorry!

    • Sharon Ellner April 16, 2011 at 8:55 am #

      Could one of the previous attendees run the camp? I was hoping to attend. I have a lot of experience with tech training, both online and face-to-face, and was hoping to learn more about PBWorks so that I could offer a graduate course and other teacher trainings on the topic.

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