Imagine, in the deep of COVID-19 season, where almost every airline is languishing or even facing closure, including stalwarts, there are a few which actually turned a profit.
What is customer service to you? Just friendliness and courtesy? It is much more than that. A neighborhood small watch repair shop showed great customer service splendidly.
The smallest things may mean the most to people, if you know how. It may be snippets of applied technology, or it may just be an honest and sincere smile.
Skechers has gone against the flow and tide, and opened MORE retail outlets in Singapore (read news source), despite all the onerous, excessive and unproductive regulatory COVID19 measures. Why? Simple.
In my 30-odd years of professional life, I have found that there are gems who bring value to the business, and there are riffraff who bring mere entertainment, or worse, cause problems for busineses.
It is often both sad and laughable when I read in the media about restructuring of ailing companies, that the one and only strategy these “leaders” execute, is to fire people and cut costs.