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A Study on Impact of Employee Behaviour on Customers Buying Decision


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A customer is an individual or business that buys the merchandise or administrations delivered by a business. Pulling in customers is the essential objective of most open confronting organizations, since the customer makes interest for products and enterprises

Fantastic customer administration and high consumer loyalty must begin with understanding customer desires. You have to know who your customers are and what they need. When estimating consumer loyalty, organizations for the most part ask customers whether their item or administration has met or surpassed desires.


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Authors

Arun Sherkar
Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


A customer is an individual or business that buys the merchandise or administrations delivered by a business. Pulling in customers is the essential objective of most open confronting organizations, since the customer makes interest for products and enterprises

Fantastic customer administration and high consumer loyalty must begin with understanding customer desires. You have to know who your customers are and what they need. When estimating consumer loyalty, organizations for the most part ask customers whether their item or administration has met or surpassed desires.


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