Wednesday 6th May 2020. KPMG, Benita Vega and how customer/corporate relations might change.
May 6, 2020
Plenty of great music as always this morning and in the last hour today we talk to Benita Vega: KPMG Customer Experience Manager. How things going to change after Covid-19 with regards to customer/corporate relations?
Customers are the key to long-term commercial recovery capacity. The way they think, behave and experience the world has changed overnight. In many cases, this change will be permanent.
Changes in consumer behavior
- Increased digital services and entertainment platforms
- The industrial health and pharmaceuticals, food, insurance and banking are maintained
- Tourism, downward trend in cosmetics, footwear, etc. is affected at the moment.
- 89% of customers have changed the way they interact
- 48%rate the best current experience
- 47% have had a better experience will continue to deal with that business after the crisis.
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