Retaining Clients

Tavaglione, Rob
February 2011
Pro Sound News;Feb2011, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p18
In this article the author discusses how to retain clients in the sound recording industry. He states that technological revolution turned the sound recording market upside down which makes it hard to determine the source of their revenue streams. He reveals that even if clients are satisfied with the business performance, there are chances that clients experiment on self production.


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