firm clientele / customer base / patronage

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apoziopeza

Senior Member
slovak
Hi,

I would like to kindly ask you

The branch of the firm that is operating brand stores and offices for the firm clientele / customer base / patronage. (i.e., for legal entities not for individuals)

Which of the underlined fits best the sentence below?

Thanks,

A.

 
  • PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    Which of the underlined fits best the sentence below?
    1. There are no "underlined" or sentence below...
    2. The branch of the firm that is operating brand stores and offices for the firm clientele / customer base / patronage. is not a sentence.
    3. In multiple-choice questions, we ask that you make your choice and state why you have made that choice. :thumbsup:
     

    apoziopeza

    Senior Member
    slovak
    Yes, you are right it is an extract. I would choose "corporate clientele". I hope the word "clientele" is correct.

    Now I have found a description on the Internet which shows that each bank, telecommunication company, etc. divides clients into retail and corporate but each has its own definitions -

    Segmentation of clients
    retail clientele: citizens (employed, children, retired, students)
    corporate clientele: larger firms (turnover, number of employees)

    Thanks.

    A.
     
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