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How come companies are happy to spend considerable money investing in their brands, improving their technology or operations but often skimp on the final and most important link between the organisation and the customer? Well, here’s the thing: customer service is as much about finance as, well, finance!
Depending on your business, the cost of chasing new business is at least five times more expensive than keeping the customers you have happy. Here are […]
A small increase in customer retention can have a big impact on your profits. Not only do you not have customer acquisition costs but loyal customers are also more profitable. So here you’re ‘Note to Self’ when sitting down to write your Marketing Planning.
My company will increase customer retention levels by 5% in 2014.
To make this objective a reality, you need to define how you will measure customer retention. You need to measure the volume of sales from retained clients […]
Negative comments about the quality of customer service by renowned food writer, Georgina Campbell, in a recent interview with Matt Cooper of TodayFM, have set the hospitality industry on edge.
Not surprisingly, the sector has become defensive and Fáilte Ireland’s surveys of overseas tourists suggest strong visitor satisfaction, with 93% describing the service they received as either good or very good.
But be careful. There is a world of difference between a customer rating your business as good or very good. A […]
In our case study on customer retention, we interview Janine Patterson of Sodexo. She explains how, over the past seven years, Sodexo has steadily increased its customer loyalty levels. Today Sodexo Ireland is outperforming Sodexo’s global average with over 95% retention levels. It’s an amazing achievement. But it starts in an unusual place – first you’ve got to let some of your customers go. Find out more…..
This article was published in the June 2013 issue of Hotel & Restaurant Times.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/59286216/Sodexo%27s%20Customer%20Retention%20Strategy.pdf