I've a client A, for whom I did some work. After some time, a person contacted me and said that client A told me to hire you for this project. The person became my client B.

Later, when I want to thanks client A then do the following sentences will be correct?

"Thank you very much for referring client B to me."

"Thank you very much for introducing me to client B."

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    I'd stick with introducing. In most contexts, referrals are much more likely to imply an established business arrangement (which might further imply that you as the beneficiary should be paying client A a "finder's fee" for bringing you in more business). – FumbleFingers Feb 22 '16 at 19:21
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    Did you ever consider recommendation? – haha Feb 22 '16 at 20:38

In fact you are raising a management- related question. It all depends what you want to say. Both the sentences are OK. In your place I shall say:

Thank you very much for introducing me to client B. I could not have asked for a better introduction.

protected by tchrist Dec 30 '17 at 16:26

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