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    Commercial liaise

    Commercial liaise is a service that involves the coordination and management of relationships between businesses. It helps businesses establish and maintain strong relationships with their partners, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders.

    When does it happen?

    Commercial liaise happens when businesses need to establish or maintain relationships with other organizations, individuals or stakeholders. This can be in the form of partnerships, collaborations, contracts, or negotiations.


    The purpose of commercial liaise is to ensure that businesses can operate effectively and efficiently. This involves the exchange of information, resources, and ideas between businesses to help them achieve their goals. By establishing and maintaining strong relationships, businesses can benefit from each other’s strengths and expertise, thereby increasing their competitiveness and profitability.

    The process of commercial liaise

    The process of commercial liaise usually involves the following steps:

    1. Identifying and analyzing the business’s needs and goals.
    2. Identifying potential partners, suppliers, customers or stakeholders.
    3. Establishing contact and building relationships with these organizations or individuals.
    4. Negotiating and establishing agreements or contracts.
    5. Maintaining and managing the relationships over time.

    Main recommendations

    Main recommendations:

    1. Clearly define the business’s needs and goals.
    2. Conduct thorough research to identify potential partners, suppliers, customers, or stakeholders.
    3. Establish clear and open lines of communication with other businesses.
    4. Negotiate agreements that are fair and mutually beneficial.
    5. Regularly review and evaluate the relationships to ensure that they are still relevant and effective.

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