Nicole
What does "prospective clients" mean? Does it mean potential clients?
Aug 12, 2010 12:15 AM
Answers · 5
Prospective clients refer to the customers whom have the ability to buy your products/services and in the same time have the willingness or the interest or the need on your products or services, you can't consider a certain group of people as a prospective clients without meeting the above conditions. For example I don't eat pork so you can't consider me as a prospective client for you if you produce it even if I have the ability to purchase it in term of money.
August 12, 2010
The phrase "potential client" is just a bit colloquial. In writing, we prefer "prospective client".
August 12, 2010
prospective = future possible
August 12, 2010
yes. "Prospective clients" or sometimes we call them "potential clients" (rarely used) refers to those people/agencies whom you expect to become your clients in near future. They are not your clients right now. But, there is reason to believe that if you follow a good marketing strategy, they can be your genuine clients in near future.
August 12, 2010
i think it's like potential , expected clients :)
August 12, 2010
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