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ISBN:0099406217
Author: Ted Johns
ISBN13: 978-0099406211
Title: Perfect Customer Care (Perfect)
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Language: English
Category: Job Hunting and Careers
Publisher: Random House Business Books; 2Rev Ed edition (1999)
Pages: 198

Perfect Customer Care (Perfect) by Ted Johns



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Perfect Customer Care provides companies big and small with the answers to some of the most important business questions. That means showing them you know how to look after them, how to provide what they want - plus that little bit extra. The Perfect series is a range of practical guides that give clear and straightforward advice on everything from getting your first job to choosing your baby's.

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