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Nightmare Clients

What do we do when the client relationship becomes detrimental to our business? You may think you need the business, but the reality is as soon as you give a nightmare client the heave-ho, you'll probably find twice as much work elsewhere. The negativity a bad client puts into your life tends to keep you from finding quality clients. Let’s share stories about ending a client relationship. What works, what doesn’t? What steps can we take to fire a client with the least amount of damage possible?

As always, consider bringing a business owner friend, client, or family member to our table. We share our knowledge, challenges, and success, in a comfortable setting.

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  • Scott W.

    I am looking forward to introducing Carlos Ceballos of Mail and Copy Plus to the group.

    1 · June 3, 2013

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