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A Policy of Fairness

by Kim Taylor

One of the greatest perks of small business is the ability to be flexible on the fly.  Sure, we have rules and structure in place and general guidelines for how we do business, but making exceptions to those rules doesn’t require us to cut through layers of red tape for approval. 170 more words

Orlando Public Relations

"I promise InventionHome will help you 100% of the way, from start to finish!"

“One day I had a what I thought was a great idea, and when I shared it with a close friend they told me I should “Do something about it!” I thought it was silly and that I could make something up to make my life a little easier.

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Customer Feedback

A Candy Apple-ish, Sparkly - Gold Rolls Royce

“The biggest mistake that you can make is to believe that you are working for somebody else. Job security is gone. The driving force of a career must come from the individual. 1,348 more words

Customer Satisfaction.

Delivering Customer-Centric Marketing

How is your organisation currently delivering customer centric marketing? Companies such as McDonalds and Tiffany & Co. have broadened their marketing strategy by paying attention and therefore… 475 more words

CXO Leaders Summit

Panel Pride

This is where we can put up some information about what services you offer, what values you hold, and how you believe a customer should be treated. 18 more words

Customer Loyalty: The Gift That Keeps On Giving!

Cookies have truly blessed me in many ways. Since starting my business, Jersey Cookie Girl, I’ve had the opportunity to create beautiful edible art for special occasions. 223 more words


What stops customers complaining to you

If customer complaints are part and parcel of doing business (and, even, are beneficial for you), then you really want to make sure that an unhappy customer will complain directly to you, instead of switching to a competitor or taking to social media to let the world know about their negative consumption experiences. 28 more words

Marketing In Everyday Life