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Creating Customer Loyalty

Using Customer Experience Management to Deliver Lasting Client Loyalty

Develop the skills to design and implement a sustainable customer loyalty improvement programme in your organization and be rewarded with increased market share, improved sales and enhanced profitability.
Available to pre-order from 3rd January 2019
    Paperback£19.99
    Hardback£60.00
EAN: 9780749484309
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
288 pages
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About the book

Consumer-facing and business-to-business organizations know that if they get their approach to customers right, they will be rewarded with unprecedented customer loyalty. This will lead to increased market share, improved sales, an enhanced reputation and higher profitability. Despite this, many of today's companies fail to recognize that the notable improvements in their service delivery are not keeping up with increased customer expectations. Creating Customer Loyalty outlines simple, easy to understand strategies for creating a sustainable customer loyalty management programme that will win loyal customers.

Demonstrating how to focus solely on the things that enable and enhance success, this book shows how to make loyalty a habit and structure a business that attracts and retains the best customers. Using examples from both UK and international companies such as Lexus, Aldi, Dyson, The Ritz-Carlton and Virgin Atlantic, Creating Customer Loyalty explains why customer experience management alone does not build lasting loyalty, and why customer expectation and customer memory management are essential. It outlines how to make every occasion epic by removing those 'ouch' moments, replacing them with 'wow' experiences, and developing dazzling recovery techniques to create unforgettable stories and positive memories.

About the authors

Chris Daffy

Chris Daffy is the found of The Marketing Group, The Academy of Service Excellence and The Leadership Forum. In 2007 he was made a Companion of the Institute of Customer Service.

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