Client and Colleague Gifts: It’s Never Too Late

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Adrienne Montgomerie's picture

gratitude has no schedule

Adrienne Montgomerie

Lovely sentiment. Also, there was such a pile of cards and other greetings this holiday, that I barely registered who sent one and who didn't. If you send thanks outside of peak times, you might get noticed. - Not that that is the point. How gauche I am!

Any advice for thanking the clients who are forbidden from accepting gifts? I'm thinking government and such, where they have policies protecting them from the _appearance_ of impropriety in the form of kick-backs etc. Some clients aren't even allowed to let you buy the coffee. Works out to some nice free lunches, though. ;)

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