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Appreciation builds long-lasting relationships and grows your bottom line

March 08, 2019

Appreciation builds long-lasting relationships and grows your bottom line

Many of you are sending flowers to clients because you want to express appreciation and build long-lasting relationships that lead to more referrals and happy long-term customers.

Here are some other things you can do to build deeper, more loyal business relationships:

#1 Highlight how your business solves a problem from the customer perspective - how does your service help them achieve their goals?

#2 Take a genuine interest in their lives

#3 Do exactly what you say you’re going to do.

We'll walk you through just how to do it! Here's our full article:

How to build profitable business relationships ~ Tips for standing out with your clients

Other articles that might be helpful:

4 Tips and 4 Questions to get you started on a gift that gives a lasting impression.

3 tips when you can't seem to get in the door with a potential client

Flowers and Plants Support Productivity and Satisfaction in the Workplace


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