When times get tough, companies that show up for their customers quickly become the new favorites.

How to Retain Customers When Things Go Sideways

When times get tough, companies that show up for their customers quickly become the new favorites.

We’ve all heard of businesses showing their true stripes for better — and for worse.

With customer experience on blast, it’s time to get back to basics and put clients first. After all, buyers hold the keys to the kingdom.

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Helping SaaS startups hire sales leaders with no cringe ⋆ Personally closed $100MM+ ⋆ Founder/CEO ⋆ 2 Exits ⋆ LP Stage 2 Capital ⋆ Sharing lessons here monthly

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Amy Volas

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Helping SaaS startups hire sales leaders with no cringe ⋆ Personally closed $100MM+ ⋆ Founder/CEO ⋆ 2 Exits ⋆ LP Stage 2 Capital ⋆ Sharing lessons here monthly

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