The way you sound when speaking on the phone can make a huge impact on how your callers engage with the conversation, particularly if you are trying to make a successful sales pitch or handle a complaint. While not everyone is blessed with the calming tones of Morgan Freeman or David Attenborough, there are still several techniques you can use to make your ‘phone voice’ more appealing.
Research confirms when we meet someone for the first time we subconsciously form an opinion of them in 4 seconds. Tough crowd, right? Well, there’s more – you then have 30 seconds before that impression is cemented, and cement is tough to move.
New year new opportunities. Let’s get this year started and take our challenges from 2020 and return them into a chance to grow.
Based in Wellington, we’re proud to be New Zealand owned and operated. Since 1998 we’ve handled millions of phone calls, texts, emails and social media responses from every organisation imaginable throughout New Zealand.
Our diverse range of services means whoever your customer is, we can help them with their questions and concerns, so you can get on with the business of business.
We can house up to 150 customer service representatives, and each and every one of them is professionally trained in all areas of customer service.
As a business you aren’t just looking for feedback, you are looking for quality feedback. Feedback which is honest, constructive and give your business genuine insight into how customers see your brand.
Unless their experience has been really bad, customers usually don’t volunteer feedback. They are more likely to take their business elsewhere in future. Unfortunately, his not only means a lost sale or three, but you lose customer loyalty as well. Continue reading
Today, so much is automated by technology, you could be forgiven for thinking why you need humans to run the customer service side of your business anymore! Yes, there are many frequently asked questions to answer a lot of enquiries, but technology will always lack some vital human qualities, like these …
China is New Zealand’s biggest trading partner so if China is having a crisis, so are we (along with many other countries).
Take tourism for example. As New Zealand’s second-largest international visitor, as well as one of the most valuable in terms of holiday spend, Chinese visitors have a very important part to play in New Zealand’s tourism industry. How significant the effects will be since the rapid increase of the Coronavirus is unsure, but with 30 flights operating between New Zealand and China, the fallout will unfold over the coming months.