Pizza shops are popping up all over the country. With the constant growth of the pizza industry and revenue opportunities, you need to set yourself apart from your competition. But how can your small pizzeria distinguish itself beyond making the best pizza in your hometown?
When you treat employees like rock stars, they will treat your customers like rock stars, writes customer service expert Shep Hyken. That is what employee engagement is all about.
Do you collect information from your customers? Marketing expert Marc Gordon shares five ways to collect and manage that information responsibly.
Here are five tips from marketing expert Marc Gordon on how to say no to a demanding customer.
Customer service expert Shep Hyken looks at three types of loyalty programs to determine their strengths and ability to keep your customers coming back.
Toronto – A fight that broke out at a Toronto Pizza Pizza restaurant and was later filmed and posted on YouTube began with a complaint that an order was taking too long, a witness said. The Toronto Star reports. | READ MORE
We live in an age when customizing anything and everything is expected. The customer in each of us always wants businesses to cater to our every need. We want to personalize everything to make the product or service one of a kind. We want to be our own chefs or artists by choosing what we want and having it turn out great.
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