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Power Luncheon: “Thinking Outside the Box for Customer Care” with Kim Jones – Guelph, ON
February 11 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm$25. - $30.
The Mompreneurs® Power Luncheon is packed with intentional learning and focused connecting, in order to help you propel forward with power…
This event is open to all Mompreneur members and Guests, and includes:
– organized networking
– high impact presentation from our featured educator
– a featured member spotlight with inspirational/educational focus
– small group masterminding
– a delicious working luncheon
OUR FEATURED THEME
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX FOR CUSTOMER CARE
In today’s society there is so much “noise” with people competing for your business. As business owners we need to find creative ways to not only attract new clients, but also to keep our customers and encourage them to refer our products or services. Our featured speaker Kim Jones will be sharing her top tips for thinking outside the box for customer care and attention to detail.
OUR FEATURED SPEAKER
Kim graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from Carleton University in 2000. Like many university students after graduation, Kim was struggling to find a job in her desired career. Faced with student loans and the thought of more post secondary school, Kim joined the work force working full time in the restaurant industry. In 2001, Kim wanted a change and stepped way out of her comfort zone and into a position in a non-traditional job. Kim learned to drive an 18 wheeler and took to the highway as a long distance transport truck driver for four years before taking a position with a distribution warehouse as a regional driver for 12 more years. Life as a professional driver is demanding. Between working long hours, driving in all kinds of traffic, and working outside all day long in all of the seasons, Kim felt she needed more again. Driving was not her childhood dream, but she embraced the challenges. In 2013 Kim started to look for opportunities for growth within the company she worked for, and outside of her employer. In 2015, Kim and her husband found what they had been looking for. Combine a dream of owning income properties with a desire to do something more and help people, Kim and her husband started a real estate investment company. Her company offers compassionate and creative opportunities for homeowners to sell their home quickly and privately. After almost two years of working full time and starting their business, Kim decided to take the leap and jump into full-time entrepreneurship because Kim and her husband realized that if they wanted to grow the business that they are passionate about that Kim needed to focus her energy on their business.