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Learn From The First CCO How To Treat Your Clients Better

Martin Romjue
Posted on April 8, 2016

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- Jeanne Bliss is blessed with the perfect last name. As an experienced CCO, Chief Customer Officer, she now presides over CustomerBliss, where she guides the C-Suite and CCOs around the world on earning business growth by improving customers’ lives. 

Bliss brings her presentation to the 2016 LCT Leadership Summit on May 22-24 at the SLS Hotel in Miami Beach: How To Build Your Customer-Driven Growth Engine: Just how do you go about building a customer-centric company? How do you earn the right to growth, by improving customers’ lives?

Her session coincides with a growing need in the chauffeured transportation industry to find new ways to boost customer attention and service -- the primary way limo operators can stay ahead of transporation network companies (TNCs) and succeed for the long-term. 

Customer Service is one of several leading industry topics and trends to be presented at the annual Summit, a high-end executive-style think tank retreat that provides the industry's only deep-view forum for ideas, best practices and high-touch networking. Along with a healthy roster of social and recreational activities in the most frolicsome tropical environment on the planet.

To see a video of Bliss in action, click here.

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Related Topics: building your clientele, client markets, customer service, How To, industry education, keynote speakers, LCT Summit, Miami Beach, networking

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