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Is there one? And if yes, why is that?

Also, how does a professional address impact contract negotiations?

asked 16 Oct '11, 20:50

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edited 16 Oct '11, 23:02

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I can give you my own example: For personal reasons, I have several private addresses and places where I live.

For my professional life, I only use one professional address. Clients and colleagues (who can also be clients) know that this is the place where I'm prepared to work without any travel or hotel expenses.

I negotiate travel costs (transport, hotel, compensation for travel time...) with my clients in the same way I negotiate remuneration, copyright etc.

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answered 26 Oct '11, 10:32

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