Ep. 36: How to Never Lose a Customer Again – Joey Coleman
Joey Coleman, our guest on this episode of Outperform, specializes in helping companies create unique, attention-grabbing customer experiences so that they stay with a company long after the sale.
He is the founder and Chief Experience Composer of Design Symphony and recently published his first book, Never Lose a Customer Again. His bestselling book explains how to create a customer experience that will generate an army of raving fans who will stay with you for years to come and tell everyone great things about your company along the way.
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- How Joey came up with the name “Chief Experience Composer” for his title
- Joey’s eclectic background and how he went from practicing law with his dad to starting Design Symphony to public speaking to helping companies create remarkable, positive customer experiences
- What Joey spends most of his time doing today
- Where Joey’s idea for his First 100 Days program came from
- The realization Joey had that led him on a multi-year journey to look at customer retention and help companies improve their first 100 days with a customer
- Percentage of companies who will decide to stop doing business with you in the first 100 days
- A restaurant that 46% of customers never return to
- Why the first 100 days are so critical to the long-term success of a company
- Why incentives to sales teams are misaligned with customer retention
- What customers are “dying for” from company reps they work with
- How to use reciprocity in client interactions
- How Joey learned about Acceleration Partners and why he decided to feature our company in his book
- Notable things other companies are doing for clients within the first 100 days
- What companies should do at the beginning, middle and end of the first 100 days after a client comes on board
- Something that Joey was expected to do while working in the White House that surprised him and stayed with him as a valuable customer relationship strategy
- How the best companies should commission their sales teams and account managers to encourage customer retention
- A recent mistake that Joey’s made that he’s learned a lot from
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