Thank you for your support to Progressive IT in Sydney, Australia in 2016

Our Australia office having lunch

Thank you for your support to Progressive IT in Sydney, Australia in 2016

In December, Miranda Rutherford, Principle Consultant in Progressive IT brought her clients out on a luncheon date to thank them for their kind support in 2016. Progressive IT truly appreciates every single one of our clients who have made 2016 a great year for us. More importantly, we were glad to use this as an opportunity to understand our clients on a deeper and more personal level by building great rapport during this event.

“We take our clients out to lunch to say thank you for working with us. It helps to build a relationship outside of the work place and builds rapport with managers on non-business level.” – Miranda Rutherford, Principle Consultant, Progressive IT

We look forward to a greater partnership in 2017 and we thank you for attending this lunch and making it so much more enjoyable.

If you wish to find out more about our events or any queries in relation to contracts/contractors, please kindly contact Miranda Rutherford at [email protected]

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