Want To Grow Revenue? Don't Ignore Customer Experience.

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A day does not go by without a client saying to me, in one way or another, that they want to grow their business revenues.  Some also talk about reducing their costs in the face of competition.  

So, how do you increase your revenue and reduce your costs without doing something the business has never done before and taking on new risks?  

The simple answer is to take another look at what you are doing in terms of Customer Experience.  Every item you send, every moment you speak, every call you answer and every email you write either enhances or degrades the way you come across to prospective and existing customers.  Every one of your team members, through their behaviour with customers and suppliers either makes the customer experience better or worse... and this is how you can affect your revenues or business costs.

In the quick slideshow below see the simple truths about customer experience and how they affect your business.  Don't believe me, just check the facts.  And share with us your experience on how you have improved customer experience.   

Need some help to improve the customer experience in your business?  Please contact me and let's have a discussion over coffee at your convenience. 

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Chris Pattas

Chris Pattas lives in beautiful Melbourne, Australia. He is happily married with two children. Chris is a successful business leader who enjoys helping organisations reach their full potential. Whether it is driving greater profit or sales, growing market share in competitive industries, inspiring executives to achieve great things, negotiating compelling business deals or working as a board member implementing exciting change programs, he knows how to get the most out of any organisation. Chris has worked in various product and service industries including: advertising, software, IT&T, travel & tourism, utilities and telecommunications. His interests and expertise include: leadership & strategy, sales & marketing, online & social media, science & technology, travel & tourism, photography and music.