Welcome Login OR Register now
Interim Management Jobs is a dedicated Job site for the
Professional Interim Manager and Freelance Contractor
Sap Isu Consultant
Sectors: IT / IS / Hardware / Software / Internet
Location:
Rate: £250 to £330 per day

Sap Crm Technical Consultant
Sectors: IT / IS / Hardware / Software / Internet
Location: Midlands
Rate: £250 to £300 per day

Architect - Master Data Management (mdm)
Sectors: IT / IS / Hardware / Software / Internet
Location: East Anglia
Rate: £250 to £500 per day

German Speaking Gas And Power Confirmations Coordinator: World Leading
Sectors: Finance / Financial Services
Location: South East England
Rate: per day

Electronics/hardware/vhdl/microprocessor/avionics/aerospace
Sectors: Manufacturing – Heavy Or Process
Location: South East England
Rate: £280 to £320 per day

Professional Investigative Programme Trainer
Sectors: Finance / Financial Services
Location: North England
Rate: £300 to £355 per day

Aws Cloud Engineer - Aws, Scripting, Chef/puppet
Sectors: IT / IS / Hardware / Software / Internet
Location: South East England
Rate: £320 to £350 per day

Operational Risk Manager - Sme
Sectors: Finance / Financial Services
Location: South East England
Rate: per day

Senior Business Analyst
Sectors: Mining / Minerals / Exploration
Location: South East England
Rate: £400 to £420 per day

Servicenow Consultant & Developer
Sectors: Finance / Financial Services
Location: South East England
Rate: £400 to £500 per day

Latest News - Interims Can Avoid Gaps By Nurturing Their Client Base

Tuesday Mar 9

Repeat business can lead to constant work for Freelancers and Interims

Freelancers can avoid gaps by nurturing their client base

Rahul Nag, a freelance business consultant recently wrote an article which featured in the PCG’s monthly Freelancing Matters publication. He offered advice on avoiding gaps between projects by simply looking after and nurturing your existing client base.

In Rahul’s seven years experience freelancing, he has a handful of clients which give him regular work and with whom he has built a close relationship. In his article, he encourages other freelancers, contractor and consultants to do the same and build up close relationships with the clients they already are working on projects for.

Rahul highlights that most freelancers, once they work it out, will realise that most of their freelancing revenue came from a small number of companies. This is the classic 80/20 rule where 80% of your revenue will come from 20% of your clients. By filtering clients this way, you are able to focus on nurturing relationships with clients that will respond by giving you projects frequently. In other words, the clients that are generating the most amount of freelancing revenue.

Once you have identified who your clients are then it is time to develop a strategy to keep them. Some top tips from Rahul include;

•Do a brilliant job – deliver exceptional skills but also don’t be afraid to develop your skills.
•Add extra value to your clients – understand key individuals within each client and communicate with them.
•Think long term – be prepared to help your clients with their individual circumstances.
•Contact your existing clients regularly – don’t lose communication with them. Contact them every month or quarterly.
•Network within the organisation – build relationships with people in the organisations.

Source: www.ics.me.uk - 8 March 2010

latest news index

 
MasterCard Credit Solo
Visa Credit Maestro
Powered by WorldPay
 

There is currently no job of the week.

Upload your CV and Receive Personalised Jobs-by-Email Alerts

Copyright © Interim Management Jobs Limited 2008 - 2018    Terms of Business | Privacy Policy