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Chasing clients for fees

Chasing slow paying or non-paying clients is a phobia shared by many professionals and yet it is only fair to be paid in a timely manner for the professional services that you or your team has provided.

Your new strengths and abilities

  • Knowledge of how, when and who to chase.
  • Setting yourself up for a successful outcome before the work commences.
  • The issues of timing and the impact of delayed action.
  • Professional monitoring of debtor days.
  • Presentation of invoices - dos and don'ts.
  • Which internal processes may need to change.

Did you know?

It may seem obvious though in recessionary times clients are more likely to use payment delaying/refusal tactics when you give them every opportunity to do so.

Who would benefit?

Everyone who has direct client contact.

To discuss a current or potential need, contact Robin Johnson at OvationXL on 07774 415 561 or

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