Strong business planning will also give all the workers in your firm an idea of the kind of clientele you are looking for, and the best way to gain these clients.
Stay in touch and follow-up with potential clients after they have talked with you, even if they haven't hired you yet. A simple email can be enough as phone calls may seem a bit obtrusive.
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