Advice on Switching PR Firms from an Expert

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  • Always notify your clients of your move, don't leave that to your employer

  • Send thank you notes to all of your clients after your departure



  • Always leave contact information, just in case that client wants to follow you to your new firm

  • If you have a two-week notification, ask key clients for letters of recommendation
 
 

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