Think law firms are stodgy and can’t innovate? Not so fast. Or at least that’s the thinking behind Crisp Video’s first annual EVOLVE Summit, which is taking place June 24-25 and features an impressive roster of speakers from marketing, business and legal industries, ranging from Seth Godin and CNBC’s Marcus Lemonis to Judy Smith, who was the inspiration for Olivia Pope on the hit TV series, “Scandal.”
The virtual Summit is hosted by Crisp Video and its CEO Michael Mogill, who over the past nine years have played a significant role in helping law firms grow their businesses and compete in crowded markets, driving more than $250 million in revenue for its clients. Crisp has achieved this through its growth-coaching workshops, which teach firms business and marketing strategies that aren’t addressed in law school, combined with highly effective video production and digital marketing capabilities and strategies.
The EVOLVE Summit marks the first time Crisp is making its growth strategies available to the entire legal industry, versus its existing customer base. Designed for law firm owners and their teams, the event will arm attendees with a strategic plan to ramp up marketing, engage personnel and catalyze personal and professional growth.
Grit Daily caught up with Mogill on the benefits available for those attending the event. “Crisp clients have achieved game-changing success as a result of the in-depth coaching and growth strategies we’ve perfected working with hundreds of law firms, large and small,” Mogill says. “We’ll share these strategies at the EVOLVE Summit and deliver attendees a concrete action plan to level up their skills, revenue and people.”
Event sessions and keynotes will focus on topics of particular relevance today from how to create an anti-fragile organization and lead teams through crises, to bringing in consistent lead flow during difficult times. Additional topics include a blueprint for attracting, retaining, and engaging a team of high-performing individuals; to strategies used by the country’s fastest-growing law firms.
Group packages are now sold out but individuals can still attend for $177 per person.