Unleash the Power of Customer Relationships

 

Building a sustainable Customer Culture takes courage, commitment and hard work. It is solely through Customer Culture that we establish and sustain the inspirational humanistic environment that builds mutually beneficial customer relationships. The unfortunate alternative to building a rich Customer Culture is the current luxury and retail business model where nameless sales people sell luxury products and services to anonymous customers, all in the course of a one-time soulless transaction.”

The preceding quote is from the latest “DFS Learning e-Blast” article, Unleash the Power of Customer Relationships, a white paper created by The Luxury Institute.

In this January 2012 white paper by The Luxury Institute, you will read about the seven critical steps the Luxury Institute espouses for luxury brands to build Customer Cultures that will dramatically increase customer and associate acquisition, retention and referral rates.

As all of us at DFS continue to evolve our approach to developing, delivering and measuring a true luxury customer-centric culture, this article serves as a wonderful reminder of the reason for our quest and challenges us to critically assess our strategies.

More from the article:

Do it for your brand, do it for your associates, do it for your customers, do it for society, but most of all, do it for yourself. Building a true Customer Culture in your organization will dramatically enhance your own life experience. It will transform you from being just another business executive into a happy and thriving human being who enjoys a meaningful life with a far greater purpose than the pursuit of money. Ironically, the sales and profits will follow.

 

Read the short article to learn more!

 

Mike Osorio, your Dare to be Contagious™ strategist

www.OsorioGroup.com

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