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What Does Customer Engagement Really Mean?

When it comes to customer engagement, it's no longer good enough to just think about the monetary value of the relationships that we have with customers and how we can increase spend and frequency of spend. To stand out, firm's need to go deeper, be braver and think differently if they are to develop the sort of relationships with their customers that they want.
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