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How to Minimize Risk Building Animation Client Relationships

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Weigh up the pros and cons of the new client relationship

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Make sure that you and your client are on the same page

Define the scope of your work and the price. Include all the terms agreed upon by both parties in a proposal and contract.

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Inform the Client

Discuss your work process, how you'll deliver the project, how you'll collaborate with them, when will you consult them for feedback, etc.

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Initiate regular communication

This will help avoid delays, keep the client on the same page, and ensure that the project is on schedule.

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