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customer vs client

What is the difference between customer and client? Thank you very much.
5 years ago
Asked 5 years ago
Lin

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A customer is a person who buys products or services at a retail store or establishment, whereas, a client is a person or company who buys products or services in large quantities for their customers. Example: You have a company that offers computers and software. You sell desktop computers to customers and offer windows operating system. Mike, your favorite customer, just bought a nice computer today. Now, a few weeks ago you received a call from one of your clients(organization), they want you to provide them with a new software. You schedule a meeting with your client to discuss the specifications of the new software your client wants. You will be meeting them in 3 days.
Answered 5 years ago
Mike

Customer: a person who purchases goods or services from another; buyer; patron. Client: a person or group that uses the professional advice or services of a lawyer, accountant, advertising agency, architect, etc. Fore more detailed explanation go to the link below http://www.onquality.info/2010/08/difference-between-customer-and-client.html
Answered 5 years ago
Sivakumar P R



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