Free SDL Webinar on Negotiating: June 8

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Please join Judy and a few hundred colleagues (if past webinars are any indication) for a free webinar organized by our friends over at SDL. This webinar has nothing to do with their software, but rather, this is a series of webinars on  both technology and business topics with well-known speakers from around the world that SDL offers for free to all colleagues around the world.  You just have to sign up and provide your e-mail address.

Next week, on Thursday, June 8, 2017, Judy will have the pleasure of talking about an important but seldom discussed topic in our industry: negotiating. How do you do it while making everyone happy? Can you? How can you get what you want and still make the client happy, too! Log on and find out. The full title of the webinar is: How to negotiate with potential and existing clients whilst maintaining good relationships.

Once again, here's the link for you. "See" you online?


1 comments:

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on June 12, 2017 at 10:46 AM said...

Thanks to everyone for attending! In case you missed it: SDL is making the recording available here: http://www.sdltrados.com/video/how-to-negotiate-with-potential-and-existing-clients-whilst-maintaining-good-relationships/119756/

Enjoy!

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