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3 Ways to Create Amazing Customer Experience

3 Ways to Create Amazing Customer Experience | Business Improvement |
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The focus of most business owners, tends to be directed towards refining and improving the products or services they offer to their market,  but it can be argued that a better return can be obtained by focussing on the customer experience  side of the business transaction.

In the 21st century, it is the creation of a unique customer experience, that acts as the differentiator between highly successful businesses and the rest of the competition.

This excellent article,  suggests that moving beyond your product or service is the most certain way to create customer loyalty and grow your business, and it offers three ways a business owner can create amazing customer experiences.

Alain Theriault MBA's curator insight, July 29, 2014 12:24 PM

creating amazing an unique customer (client) experience is mandatory for a young business

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