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When is it time to dump a client?

When is it time to dump a client? iMedia Editors


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Commenter: Brent Thomas

2008, October 26

I have found that politely confronting the client about the disrespectful attitude will either save your relationship or make it clear that it is clear that it is time to say to the client "We cherish your business, but you have made it clear that we are not the firm for you and there for am withdrawing from the project."

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