Rapid technological advancements, growing competition and increased customer expectations have made a marketer’s job tougher than ever before. Since 2003, Cognizant successfully supports companies in making their business processes more productive and efficient. Therefore we rely on the experience of local and international markets and we count some of Switzerland’s best established global players from sectors like financial services, insurance, life sciences and pharmaceutical, manufacturing and retail & consumer goods among our client base. Moreover we have strong working relationships with federal and cantonal authorities as well as productive partnerships with leading universities.
Business has never been clearer for window washers. Grab your bucket, squeegee, and glass-cleaning solution, and rap at the dirty windows of local businesses and residences alike. Add repeat customers, and you’ll soon be on a winning streak. The matrix is far from complete and is understandably debatable. My objective was to share some examples using two types of service providers across an x-y axis.
At CLBS you support our clients by taking on some of their daily tasks at busy, or stressful times. You are the ‘helping hand in the background’ that will be relied upon by our clients whenever they can’t take care of their incoming phone calls themselves personally. Your primary tasks will be the receipt and handling of customer enquiries by phone – regarding various topics and for various clients, therefore quick-thinking and multi-tasking skills will be required.
Cash in on consumers’ coupon-cutting craze with a direct-mail coupon service. Get started by selling ad space in a direct-mail coupon package to local businesses. When you mail coupons to local residents, your clients will benefit from the exposure and you’ll benefit from a first-class business of your own.
Helping businesses get plugged in to a new neighborhood comes easy for office-relocation-service entrepreneurs who, as “locals,” know who’s who in providing such services as printing, restaurant delivery and equipment repair. As Dickson, a veteran entrepreneur, has found, determining if there is a market for your idea is essential before you roll it out. Otherwise, it’s easy to waste a lot of time and money on a product or service that no one wants.