Find Existing Clients in new Countries

Hello everyone,

I am working on a diversification model for my sales team and after calculating new client and cross selling i need to find which EXISTING client bough from us but in a new country.

Basically let’s say i have a client X that i provided my service to in the US and Canada, i need to find if that exact same client X bought from me in Mexico for the first time ever.

The aim of this exercise is the know if clients at a group level are eager to work with us in different countries.

So far I couldn’t find an easy way to do it other than having multiple if statements.

Any help?

Thanks :slight_smile:

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