(Closed) Vendor Frustration – The Balancing Act

posted 8 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
610 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

If you & your vendors have talked and signed a contract, and that you’ve seen their work and references, there shouldn’t be too much balancing because the expectations are set mutually.

However, if you’re still in the stage of negotiations and pre-contract, as long as you ask as many vendors as possible and shop around, that should give you a good idea of what’s reasonable to expect and wuz not reasonable. It’s not nice to push your vendors beyond wuz reasonable. Especially if there have already been a discussion on what is to be delivered. You shouldn’t expect more than what you’ve discussed. You could ask them nicely but don’t have the expectation that they will deliver without an extra fee.

Iif your vendor does not come through and does not deliver the expected outcome, hopefully you’ll not pay the remaining payments and/or have backup vendors. Good luck!

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