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Client Management Strategies

Client Management Strategies
A CreativeCOW.net Business Roundtable Discussion


Client Management Strategies

Business Roundtable Podcast Creative COW Business Forum Leaders
CreativeCOW.net,
Cambria, California USA

©2007 CreativeCOW.net. All rights reserved.


PANELISTS: Nick Griffin, Aharon Rabinowitz, Walter Biscardi, Tim Wilson, Ron Lindeboom

LENGTH: (30 min., 17 sec.) -- recorded 02/08/2007 --
Audio-Only MP3

FOCUS: CreativeCOW.net business leaders Nick Griffin, Walter Biscardi and Aharon Rabinowitz join Creative COW Magazine's co-publishers, Tim Wilson and Ron Lindeboom, to discuss choosing clients wisely, managing their expectations with the goal of successful, and enjoyable collaboration, while striving for equitable profits.

LINK:
http://cowcast.creativecow.net/business/episodes/01_Client_ManagementF.mp3



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