David Kindervater

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Business Etiquette Basics: Tips to Follow and Quotes to Use

Posted by David Kindervater on Jul 19, 2018

When it comes to business etiquette, it may seem like there are a lot of dos and don'ts to be aware of. And there are. But by following a select number of basic tips, you'll be sure to conduct yourself appropriately with a high level of professionalism when you're in the workplace.

Here are some business etiquette tips to follow and quotes to use to help you successfully navigate the terrain.

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Topics: professional etiquette, Business Etiquette

High-End Marketing Materials and the Luxury Buyer Profile

Posted by David Kindervater on Jul 17, 2018

By the end of this decade, there will be about 400-million luxury consumers worldwide. When you're marketing to them, you'll need to understand who they are and what they're looking for in a luxury shopping experience. Then you can create personalized, high-end marketing materials that are sure to drive engagement, and ultimately, produce satisfied customers.

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Topics: high end marketing materials, luxury marketing, high end consumer

Retention Marketing Best Practices: Create Engaged Customers

Posted by David Kindervater on Jul 3, 2018

You've probably heard the retention marketing adage:

It costs more to acquire a new customer than it does to keep a current one.

Well, it's not just an adage. It's a researched fact. The figures fluctuate between five and 25 percent according to the Harvard Business Review, but just about everyone agrees it's an important element for any business.

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Topics: Customer Loyalty, retention marketing

7 Ways to Create a Personal Connection to Customers

Posted by David Kindervater on May 9, 2018

We're living in the "age of the customer." It's a concept in which consumers are more empowered than ever before. They have access to an internet full of information about almost any of the products and services they desire—whenever they want it. So, it stands to reason that treating them as the most important part of your business is not only a good idea, it's essential to your success.

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Topics: Customer Loyalty, professional etiquette, Customer Experience