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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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He will offer CBRE clientele with a full spectrum of research and consultancy services that include market research, development strategies and (financial) feasibility studies.
Alors que la vente, c'est comme si vous gerez ou commandez une transaction avec une clientele qui finit par l'achat du produit ou d'un service.
com will serve UK clientele by providing UK based servers.
The suite of offices is luxuriously appointed as befits the elite status of our valued clientele and also provides a best of class work environment for our team of highly qualified customer service advisors and relationship managers.
He realized that growing his business was the best way to educate his clientele.
The clientele used to be mostly older guys who learned to play in the service.
By offering sales services to our clientele, we have an opportunity to broaden the ways in which we can serve you and the industry as a whole.
The manner in which she executes her work is another feature that builds up repeat clientele.
With modules for support, sales and marketing, and customer self-service, Clientele CRM enables midmarket enterprises to gather, organize, track and share prospect, customer, competitor and product information through one comprehensive and flexible solution.
Epicor Software Corporation, a provider of integrated enterprise, e-business and collaborative commerce software solutions for midmarket companies, recently announced the immediate availability of Clientele Customer Support 8.
The feeling of old-fashioned glamour, when the place is more or less empty and before the arrival of a modern clientele, is heightened on descending the ebony-lined stairs to the bar; and scenes drawn from evenings in Harry's Bar in Venice in the 1950s come to mind.