Putting the customer first is what you typically hear from companies that aim to build a customer-centric culture. That isn’t wrong, but also not the full picture. In fact, a customer-centric culture in an organization will not be sustainable without the commitment and conviction of the people who design, build, implement, and serve every day. Here are how retailers are providing culture-first approach to customer experience
In a saturated industry, subscription box companies need a differentiator to succeed. From Blue Apron’s first-ever experiential retail popup shop to Birchbox’s partnership with Walgreens, they’re looking for ways to grow their business and meet consumer demands. Shipping excellence is one way to set yourself apart from the pack.
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Indianapolis-based eyewear company One Click runs its entire business, particularly its customer care center, by implementing core values and spreading its brand mission. Angie Stocklin, Co-founder and COO, recently shared how the company hires and trains new contact center agents at Ecommerce Operations Summit 2019.
It’s about time retailers drop the term omnichannel from their vocabulary. Creating an omnichannel experience is not even that difficult. What is much harder is giving your customers a reason to shop, a belief that you are looking out for and providing them with unique experiences that they appreciate.