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21:16 Jul 8, 2007
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Marketing - Retail
English term or phrase: calling out
telesales - Calling out is a very efficient way to sample and describe the market
Verder geen gegevens. Wordt hier telefonische prospectie mee bedoeld? Vast bedankt
Local time: 07:50

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4het bezoeken van (mogelijke) klanten
Erik Brinkhof

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het bezoeken van (mogelijke) klanten

In marketing, to call out means to visit a (potential) client. So we are talking about "klantenbezoek" or "het bezoeken van (mogelijke) klanten". If the text concerned refers to private individuals, you may consider "huisbezoeken brengen" although this has a wider and sometimes negative meaning.

Erik Brinkhof
Local time: 12:50
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