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Subject: UKNM: Been given the run-around by a major multi-national business
From: Paul Duthoit
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 13:55:47 +0100

advisory firm?
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 15:44:26 +0100
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Has anyone recently been approached by a large US based multi-national
business advisory firm with offices in Fulham Road, London to 'pitch' for a
large multi-purpose website recently? We understand that we were one of six
agencies - were you one of them. If so, what did you find? Have you had the
feeling that the consultant did not really understand the issues and was
simply information mining? Do you think the job is real or just an exercise?
Are we being given the run-around??!


Paul Duthoit : Managing Director : Netsite Ltd

http://netsite.co.uk : 01634 296600

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