Toni and Matt are joined in this special episode by Brandon Kruse, founder/CEO of CommentSold to discuss all aspects of serving customers in the modern market. Topics discussed range from handling customer problems, how to measure customer satisfaction through surveys, properly qualifying customers to avoid problems in the first place, and more.
The question behind
our impact stories
What brought you here?
The Urban Engine team loves this question.
We rarely hear the same answer twice.
After asking hundreds of people how they ended up at Urban Engine we began to realize the dynamic impact our work has on the communities we serve. So, we started to capture the stories of people in our networks and the unique ways our programs and resources have made a difference in their entrepreneurial journey. Thus, The Collective Ambition was born.
The Collective Ambition™ is Urban Engine’s central hub of impact stories. It is our collection of the notable people and ideas that inspire us to spark, fuel and ignite the next generation of visionaries through our community programming. You will find features of founders and their startup stories with a focus on how their professional developments make an impact in their local cities. Experience the waves of transformation these motivational influencers have stormed through their hard work.
In this episode, Matt & LJ talk again with Andy McCloy about how and when to evolve in your tactics & strategies and how to change with the market and the times.
Brandon Kruse of CommentSold joins our podcast moderators Matt & Toni to talk about managing relationships in entrepreneurship, thinking about competitors, the power of an abundance mindset, and his favorite downtime hobby at Huntsville West.
Matt, Toni, and Trey talk tips, tactics, and routines to get motivated and stay that way. The team also talks about the power of great customer experiences and how key customer experience is to achieving success in the current market.
Sarah Napier Bailey was visiting a friend when she realized she could help families from all around Huntsville by starting a boutique specializing in babywearing carriers and developmental toys. More than two years later, Acorn Treasures is thriving and Sarah says her store has the largest selection of baby carriers in town.Read More
My purpose of coming to CoWorking Night is to expose myself to business leaders, whether in aviation, engineering, business, or technology, and take this back to my students in Huntsville City Schools in order to prepare them to build the local labor workforce. When you start to connect, you start to share knowledge, and when you do that you build community. Huntsville has the opportunity…Read More