Relationships and connections in life, business, education and customer service are the focus of this collection of connectivity speeches. From a business standpoint, relationships and connections are continuing to grow in importance. with social media now playing a huge role in the way business is conducted, there is much more transparency between sellers and buyers.
Michael Vickers is an individual who truly understands what it means to forge a strong and meaningful connection with his consumers. He believes that every business and client relationship needs to be treated like a marriage. He states that businesses need to understand that different consumers are going to value different things, and for this reason, businesses need to treat their clients on a one on one basis. If consumers are ignored, just like a marriage, that relationship will weaken.
The speech by Al Roth recognizes a variety of relationships that many people don't really recognize as carrying market characteristics. He speaks about marriage as well and argues that it is a special type of market as it constitutes matchmaking -- not just buy and sell.
These connectivity speeches shed new light on a variety of interactions, relations and connections in the modern world.
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Developing a Loyal Clientele
Creating for Niche Markets
The Power of Asking
The Internet's Effect on Lying
Unusual Exchange Markets
Relations with Strangers
The Power of Affairs
Connecting Through Letters
A New Kind of Connection
Knowing Your Consumer
Strong Sibling Bonds
Creating Customer Relationships Digitally
Consumer Connections During Recessions
Authenticity Over Quality
The Power of Bonds
These Connectivity Speeches Look at the Power of Unusual Bonds
Jaime Neely — June 27, 2013 —