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5 ways not to go over time and budget

We’ve all had it. That dreaded feeling that creeps over you like a very dark cloud when you’ve spent two days working on something that should have taken you two hours. Or so you thought. Then comes the strike of panic as you quickly calculate how terribly you’ve underestimated the scale of the entire project. What seemed like a tiny, insignificant requirement in the client’s brief has turned itself into a whopping great thorn in your side. This project is now eating into your time like a fat kid eats cake.

And dare we mention budget? You’ve undersold your services so much that you’re practically paying them to employ you.

Fear not – we’ve taken it upon ourselves to compile a trusty checklist that will help you get the initial communication right, saving everyone time and money.

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