Relationships and trust for long-term engagements: A view from the client side

Room 2 | 1:15 pm - 1:45 pm | Thursday, February 23, 2023

Long-term and profitable client engagements can be difficult goal in any economic climate, but more so in the current fiscal tightening on research spend. In this session, we will explore – from the client side – the aspects of relationship and trust building that evolve into long-term engagements under the landscape of “doing more with less.” With this landscape – what elements of the client/vendor relationship to focus on? How to provide more value on existing engagements? What are the biggest factors that impact trust and future collaboration?

Key takeaways:

  1. What elements of the client/vendor relationship to focus on to evolve into long term engagements.
  2. How to provide more value on existing engagements.
  3. Biggest factors that impact trust and future client collaboration.

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