Customers are bombarded with more and more brands every moment and they expect brands to meet their needs in an effort to outdo each other. Customers do not just want to be sold to, they want their opinions heard, insights appreciated, problems fixed and needs met. In addition to sales and marketing, businesses need to make an effort to improve
Most of us grew up being taught that we must not care what other people think of us. Even as adults, during motivational talks and development training, we are taught not to let the opinions of other people affect us. In as much as there is a truth in those instructions, it must not be applied in the
Right, I would like you to come with me on a journey! You will need to think back a bit though to a time when you were young, free and single! You are out with friends in a bar and looked over at the other side of the room and gone ‘wow’. You can picture the moment now I’m sure.
Chris Bartlett, director at The Spa-kling Pool Company Ltd, has just entered his second month as an InTouch Growth Academy customer. Watch this video to find out what he’s achieved so far and what he’s looking forward to as part of his Growth Academy plan. To begin your journey to success with the InTouch Growth Academy, take the Business Accelerator
Matthew Broadbent, the founder and managing director of QR3, has been one of the very first customers to sign up for the InTouch Growth Academy. Have a look at what he has to say about his experience so far and what he’s looking forward to achieve in the future with the help of the Growth Academy. If you’d like to
So for the 3rd time in the space of a month, we have seen an InTouch Growth Academy customer say that their day with me was ‘better than expected’! I had the pleasure of welcoming Guy Green from www.printguy.co.uk into the InTouch HQ office yesterday as part of his introduction to the InTouch Growth Academy. Guy has been in business
Let me ask you a question, when was the last time that you as a business owner or business professional, invested in yourself? Yep that’s right in you. Whether it was a new suit that you bought to look smart at a presentation. Whether it’s a new bag or a new device that you bought to enable you to be
No business has a perfect record when it comes to retention. Even your best customers will eventually move on at some point, and not necessarily because of a lack of performance on your end. When you come to terms with this reality, you’ll be better prepared for when it happens. Here are the 3 lessons I learned about how to