Results for: Customer Service
|Kate Maxwell - Editor-in-Chief, JETSETTER|
JETTERSETTER.com is an on-line concierge service for members only, but membership is open to everyone. Specialty is matching travelers up with curated hotels, hotels that have been vetted by a Jetsetter correspondents who have actually slept in the rooms, ordered room service and tried out Wi-Fi services. For $200 you can get three hours of planning services for one trip. Hotels have actually been pulled from the service due to bad feed-back from consumers. They offer a Flash for limited sales of up to 30 to 50 percent hotel discounts. Members receive weekly or monthly emails. Kate Maxwell, editor-in-chief, JETSETTER, gives more information to Judith West on Getting Your Money's Worth.
Themes: Travel, Customer Service, Money Tips
|Marie Danielle Vil-Young - Founder, A Votre Service Events|
"I'm a sucker for weddings", says Marie Danielle Vil-Young, founder, A Votre Service Events. And weddings are a big part of her event business. Anyone can benefit from a wedding planner, with average weddings in the Northeast costing upwards of $28,000. Vil-Young gives tips on areas to consider if you want to be economical: (1) The guests list. Invite people who are really important to you; (2) Control the formality such as style of reception (buffet, cocktail hour), and (3) Day of the week - a Sunday morning or afternoon as opposed to a Saturday evening. Learn more on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Events, Customer Service, Women Entrepreneurs
|Sherief Meleis - Managing Director, Novantas|
Sherief Meleis talks about focus while consulting with banks. He leads his firm's (Novantas) Retail Banking practice. Meleis walks a narrow line advising his clients on how to increase and retain revenue while at the same time emphasizing superior service -- treating banks' clients with respect and generating value. They stress to their clients -- traditional banks -- the importance of integrity. He discusses the particulars with Judith West on Getting Your Money's Worth.
Themes: Finance, Customer Service
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