2 comments on “Perceived indifference: the real reason clients vote with their feet.
  1. […] Perceived indifference: in other words their suppliers are not showing them enough TLC and as a result they are vulnerable to attack. Over time a level of complacency has crept into the relationship – it happens more than you think. […]

  2. Warner says:

    Very interesting post on how to keep clients!
    Treating clients well, paying much attention and being interested in the results of using the product you are selling matter a lot and helps enlarge the client base.

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