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LSPs Need to Know When to Turn Down a Client
by Hélène Pielmeier
November 08, 2013
November 08, 2013

 
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Summary
It is hard enough to get a job through the door, especially in tough economic times, so why would you reject an opportunity? Most language service providers (LSPs) morph over time based on client inquiries that force them to evolve. As a result, they tend to accept any new clients or projects that come their way, even when they don’t feel right for their business.

While all LSP owners can share entertaining examples of projects they turned down, few can explain their rules for disengaging from an opportunity for the less obvious cases. In this brief, we cover the mistakes LSPs make when accepting projects, how to set up a process to identify potential mismatches, and the art of turning down projects.

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