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Perception

By Ashley

Perception is a concept that has always been at the forefront of my mind. I wish it wasn’t, but it has been a nagging constant in my head. I have struggled throughout life, worrying about what people thought of me. I want to be liked. In the past, it has caused me to be shy, and I have refrained from saying things I should have or speaking my mind.

BTG is Great for Me!

By Diana L.

 

I joined the company because, I wanted to challenge myself and establish a better future for me and my family. In the beginning feedback was a little hard, and it was not easy for me to realize that for 21 years I was just living my life on the surface. When I finally understood what that meant I started growing.

 

BTG Changed Me

By Ashley Sclafani

 

I’ve been working at Blinds To Go for just under a year and a half, and applying there was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. The only job I held prior to Blinds To Go was at a movie theater for four years, and I fell into the college trap of having a degree, but no relevant experience. That, coupled with my anxiety, led to less than stellar interviews. I just needed someone to take a chance on me, and that is how I ended up here.

The Power of Customer Service in Building a Brand

By Rebecca David

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Customer service is everything.  It has the power to make or break a company’s image and even just one instance of bad customer service can result in the loss of many customers.  Think about it: when you experience bad customer service with a company, whether it be a lack of salespeople to help you in a store, being put on hold for too long during a phone call, or even a encountering an employee with a bad attitude, how likely are you to tell someone else?  I know for me, if the service is bad enough to be the worst part of my day, I won’t tell just one or two people, but I’ll go on and on about it to my family, friends, and coworkers.

The Customer Service Advantage

By Bryan Morris

 

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In an age where new companies are constantly popping up and disappearing, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to have significant differentiating factors.