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Amazon’s Drones; Law Firm tears down stereotypes; Lulu at it again; A Gift for your clients

Henson Fuerst Law Firm – You do not typically think of World-Class Customer service when you think of injury attorneys; however, Henson Fuerst Law Firm, headquartered in Raleigh, NC, is rapidly changing that stereotype.  They just launched their company’s Customer Service Vision Statement and “Day-in-the-Life of a Customer” video to their entire staff.  The purpose was to make all their employees, lawyers, case managers, receptionists, etc. have a better understanding of what their clients are dealing with and battling throughout what can be a 24-month ordeal until their injury case is settled.  The Henson Fuerst’s Service Vision and “Day-in-the-Life of a Customer” video really demonstrate the compassion and empathy their associates need to display with every client, on every interaction. Watch the Henson Fuerst Law Firm’s “Day-in the-Life of a Customer” video 

 

Amazon Gets It – Last week Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, posted a message to his Customers on their homepage explaining how their Frustration-Free Packaging will reduce Wrap rage.  This is why Amazon is one of the top world-class Customer service companies in the world.  They take ownership of the problem, even when it isn’t their fault.  Everything Amazon does is designed around the Customer’s experience.  Check out the video that demonstrates the benefit of Frustration-Free Packaging.

 

Amazon Flying Drones – Never resting and always on the cutting edge of innovation, Bezos unveiled Amazon Prime Air in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes.”  Prime Air will be a service that delivers packages via autonomous drones. With the service, Bezos said he hopes that the company will be able to deliver packages into Customers’ hands within 30 minutes of the time they place an order.  Check out an actual drone delivery.

 

Lululemon year keeps getting worse –  Maybe Lululemon’s marketing is trying to emulate Miley Cyrus with shocking antics to steal headline news. This time the company’s founder, Chip Wilson, said in an interview on Bloomberg that Lululemon’s yoga pants are not for women with thighs that rub together. In March, Lululemon had to recall 17% of its pants because they were too sheer, and the company’s stock (and reputation) took a hit. Even then, the company suggested that the pants weren’t the problem, but that women were wearing the wrong sizes.  The public backlash forced Wilson to make an apology video.

 

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Johnism

 

You have to start with the Customer experience
and work backwards toward the product, not the other way around

 

John R. DiJulius III best-selling author, consultant, and keynote speaker, is the President of The DiJulius Group, the leading Customer experience consulting firm in the nation. He blogs on Customer experience trends and best practices. Learn more about The DiJulius Group or The Secret Service Summit, America’s #1 Customer Service Conference.

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2 Comments

WestJet is obviously listening and this 5 min video shows it so well.

Cheers

Comment by SD Palmer

You got that right!

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