Do you really care?

Grindlay, Andrew
September 1993
Business Quarterly;Autumn93, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p7
Discusses the relationship between profitability and caring about customers and employees in a business. The Body Shop Canada president Margot Franssen's approach to business; Tips from Donald Cooper, president of Alive & Well, on getting good customers and staff.


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