Nikki Campbell

Coffee Shop, Coffee brands, customer perc blog post
Coffee Drinking in Coffee Shops

Posted by    |   February 2nd, 2015

Why Your Customers Do It, And What They Want More Of. The Background Coffee in Ireland is a drink growing in popularity year on year. The Irish Coffee Council is the voice for the coffee industry in Ireland in matters of growth, manufacture, distribution and consumption of coffee, and while […]

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Your Customers’ Moments of Truth- Guiding Them Through

Posted by    |   January 26th, 2015

A customer’s “Moment of Truth” is the crucial moment at each step of their dealings with your organisation, so a customer might have several Moments of Truth before they enter your premises, make a purchase or decide to return again! Have some of your managers, staff or even a few […]

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Achieving Goals
Goals and Achieving Them! 4 Simple Steps to Improve Your Business Performance

Posted by    |   January 19th, 2015

What goals have you put in place for your business to achieve this year? In these competitive times, the everyday activity of your business can become all-consuming. As you know, simply supplying your product or service to your customers requires a huge effort of planning and activity. With that in […]

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Career Opportunity – We’re Hiring!

Posted by    |   January 15th, 2015

Client Account Supervisor Role The Company: Customer Perceptions Ltd. is a rapidly growing Consumer Research Company, based in Dundalk, Co. Louth since 1995. Our specialist services include: Mystery Shopping Programmes, Client Satisfaction Surveys, Web based Surveys and Training (primarily Customer Service programmes). We work with clients in the Financial, FMCG, Hospitality/Tourism, […]

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Making Your Customers Comeback Kings!

Posted by    |   January 12th, 2015

Most businesses spend a lot of time trying to attract new customers. Advertising, promotions, social media – you’re probably doing it all. It’s necessary, of course, and no organisation should neglect trying to attract new customers who might be interested in doing business with them. Here’s what they might be missing, […]

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Product Knowledge and your customer
3 Key Moments in Transmitting Product Knowledge to Your Customers.

Posted by    |   January 5th, 2015

The importance of product knowledge is a feature of your customer service that it may be easy to overlook. We don’t think you should, and here’s why: At Customer Perceptions, it’s our job to figure out what your customers are thinking, to pick up on the things you may not. […]

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In-Store Advertising – How Do Your Customers Feel About It?

Posted by    |   December 8th, 2014

Customer Perceptions has spent two decades working with clients across a wide range of sectors – now we’ve asked some questions about in-store advertising. Retail has always been a highly competitive sector, and it’s only getting more so. So what’s the best way to inform customers of your offers, guide […]

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Why Your Customers Aren’t Online Shopping

Posted by    |   December 1st, 2014

“Things Got So Bad, I Shopped Online!” – Why Your Customers Aren’t Online Shopping. Customer Perceptions has been in business for 20 years, providing mystery shopping services, customer satisfaction surveys and consultancy services to businesses across Ireland and The UK. We’ve picked up some insights over that time, and the […]

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Wow Customers!
Six Ways to WOW! Your Customers!

Posted by    |   November 24th, 2014

We’ve been talking to some of your potential customers, (because that’s our job!). We asked them to recount a time when they were wowed by a hospitality experience, and to explain exactly why – to identify the individual elements of the experience that contributed to them being blown away by […]

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Customer Music
Still Blasting Customers Out of It

Posted by    |   September 15th, 2014

Customer Perceptions Ltd. have recently updated a survey they first conducted in 2008 and it suggests that over 70% of Piped, Background and Store Music serves to satisfy the taste of staff but is often disliked by customers. Over 400 Customers and 200 Staff were surveyed in 70 outlets across the Island […]

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