- n. Plural form of client.
“My students - who are my clients - So you are not assertive in business? business. can be a source of feedback, but as a professional I must at all times be seen as Yes, yes, coming form Ireland we have a Have you resolved the matters arising such in my clients´ eyes, so I must be different business culture mentality and this from this critical incident? careful in that regard. is restrictive on doing business here in Germany.”
“I have had numerous clients request a service of this nature, so this partnership is just one more way we are meeting our clients´ needs, "Thrasher said.”
“When the word you use to describe your clients is short for "patronizing," I think your correct in needing to examine the language we use.”
“My advice to clients is to always remember that what you're posting can and most likely will be reviewed by your superiors.”
“That's why my first advice to clients is to find good examples of people who are managing to be generous on terms that work for them.”
“They said that if Gao's imprisonment for defending his clients is allowed to stand, "then even the pretense of rule of law in China has failed.”
“One of my clients is a big fan of yours, and he is going to be in NYC March 25-27.”
“What I recommend to clients is to identify ten or more major concepts, then focus on three to five points in any talk or interview depending on context and time.”
“One of my clients is a traditional, highly successful family enterprise in Mexico.”
“One of our clients is at a turning point with their organization.”
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