LifeinAsia - 3:24 pm on Aug 3, 2010 (gmt 0)
I can't speak for most people- a lot depends on the industry, relationship with existing client, scope of project, amount of money involved, etc.
How would most people answer this question?
Again, it depends on if there is a non-compete clause in the contract. If not, then there's little reason not to work with the second client. Unless the first client is still an on-going client- then you have to decide if it's worth the risk of upsetting and losing the first client. But it also has to do with how similar the applications would be.
There are lots of examples in many industries where people take on new clients who are in competition with existing clients.