You’ve heard it once, twice, a million times before: “the customer is always right.” In fact, it’s the foundation on which many companies build their customer service policies. But is the age-old adage actually true?
In today's competitive marketplace, is achieving exceptional customer service possible? Weed Man believes that it is...but only when you make it an integral part of your company culture.
Using Color in Business has been proven to create an impact among consumers and employees alike. Whether it evokes an emotion, encourages a purchasing decision or simply creates brand recognition, color is one of the easiest ways to help your business achieve success. Saying this, using impactful colors in your marketing pieces, office spaces and employee uniforms is a must! It’s fairly common for companies to provide employees with branded uniforms nowadays, (especially in the green industry), but for businesses that don’t, it’s definitely something to consider. Here’s why!
If you tuned in for our last two articles, you’ll already know a little bit about today’s topic: Colors in Business. We know that colors can evoke emotion, encouraging customers to make impulsive decisions about your brand solely based on the colors incorporated in your logo and products; but what about your employees? Just like consumers, your staff can be inspired by color. So, take a look around the office. Is it dull and mundane, or filled with color and positivity? Motivate your team to be the best they can be by Creating a Lively Workspace. Here’s how!
At Weed Man, we know that colors can evoke emotion and last week’s article explained that perfectly. The next step though, is to use those colors to drive engagement through your online portals. Here’s how!