Business Management: Scores on The Board

POSTED: January 7, 2015 BY: CATEGORY:

In November 2014, I (Next Marketing) was accepted into a State Government funded program called Success Map. It’s a program for fast growing businesses. I am partnered with Bill Lang who is taking me through the first three months of the program to help me map out the next growth phase for Next Marketing. *exciting*.

As part of the first phase of the program, we ran a a survey called ‘Scores on the Board’ – with staff and clients.  I was a bit nervous as its the first time a survey (or mini market research project) has been conducted for the Next Marketing business.  With the result in, it confirmed that I shouldn’t have been worried. *phew*.  What did come out of it was some really good suggestions about what we can be working on next year, so I thought I would share.

These results are provided in a report verbatim, so I will do the same here.

Question – “What suggestions do you have for how this business can improve its services?”

“I can’t think of anything – they’re always at the other end of an email, they meet with me every fortnight, the quality of their work is a high standard.”

“None really.  As a person with little knowledge of the marketing “process” or mechanisms, I have found that Jo and her team have provided valuable and comprehensive common-sense solutions in applying her marketing advice to our circumstances”

“Presently the business face is Jo. But she has a capable team so it would be advantageous to display that more to customers”

“This is really hard to answer as the service I receive from Next Marketing is fabulous”

“So far so good”

“We have found Jo to be very helpful and engaging and has provider her business’s services accurately and on-time”

“I think this company exceeds its commitment for the renumeration it receives”

Question – “What other services or products do you think this business should be offering?”

“Again, none”

“I can’t think of any”

“Not really and extra services/products, perhaps the use of a cloud based task or project management system (like Redbooth) where Next Marketing can comment on tasks…”

“Public Relations capabilities”

“Seem to have everything covered”

“They’ve been able to provide a service for all my needs thus far”

“Workshops”

Have you ever had customer feedback like this before?  What did you learn?

 

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#Jo Macdermott - turning good businesses into great businesses is all in a day’s work for marketing consultant, Jo Macdermott. Jo leads Next Marketing, a multiple award winning business, which she has grown from scratch. Jo is commercial, empathetic and always has her eye on the end game.