11:42AM, Wednesday 24 May 2017
Listening to your customers is the key to building long-lasting relationships, according to one of Maidenhead’s leading events agencies.
Lime Blue Solutions was established by managing director Nicola Miller more than 13 years ago and she has successfully built it up to where it is today, with a strong and experienced team of 12 event managers who work out of their offices at Pinkneys Farm, Maidenhead.
As an independent events agency it provides venue finding, event management and design services for conferences, meetings and incentives.
They have sponsored the Excellence in Customer Service category in the Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards.
“Service is integral to everything we do here at Lime Blue Solutions and this is a great opportunity to be able to recognise other local businesses who strive to achieve excellence in their customer experience too,” said Nicola.
“We are constantly looking for ways to improve our business to benefit our clients and this event will give us the opportunity to learn and to share our experience with other service-led companies.”
Market2Lead was founded by Reena Sandhu in 2015 with the simple goal of empowering businesses by offering a range of sales operations and marketing solutions.
Reena, who has over 20 years’ commercial experience in sales leadership, business management, sales and marketing strategies, said: “When the opportunity came up to sponsor the award for Best Micro Business, I offered my support straight away.
“My own business consultancy, is progressing through its second year in business and we are a small team of two people, myself and a junior assistant. So I’m aware the long hours in a day small and micro businesses work to get the job done, can take its toll.”
President of Maidenhead and District Chamber of Commerce, Olu Odeniyi, said: “Customers may forget what you said but they'll never forget how you made them feel.”
Entries should be made by the end of June. The awards event is on September 15.
Visit www.mwbusinessawards.com for details.
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