How can we help?

Graham, John
March 2005
Proofs;Mar2005, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p60
Trade Publication
Ponders on the benefits of asking the How can we help? question on large and small businesses. Inducement of the focus on customers; Inducement of the focus on the benefit to your target market; Inducement of the focus on the interest of customers.


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