15 Tips On How To Respectfully ‘Break Up’ With Agency Clients Who Aren’t A Good Fit

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Forbes asked industry professionals how they respectfully approach 'breaking up' with agency clients when the need arises. Here is what Cagan Sean Yuksel had to say:

Suggest Other Providers Who Are More Suitable

Start by thanking the client for their business. Then, explain that after careful consideration, you have decided that your agency is not the best fit for their needs. Provide specific reasons and suggest other providers who may better meet their needs. Finally, assure the client that you are committed to making the transition as smooth as possible. - Cagan Sean Yuksel, Dreamspace

Check out our tip (and 14 more from pros in the industry) here.