Zero tolerance for time-poor, cash-rish cynical customers

Andrews, Tom
November 2002
Brand Strategy;Nov2002, Issue 165, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the demand of consumers for unique and valuable brands. Expectation of consumers for service experience to be quick and reliable; Failure of online shopping to meet customer expectations; Factors contributing to the evolution of rising brand expectations of consumers.


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