Customer attrition: how to compare and do Customer attrition research


About Customer attrition:

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Meet Richard Mulheron, Senior Manager – IT Risk and Advisory in Computer Software, Greater New York City Area.

He aims to compare and do Customer attrition research.

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– Branding of Customer attrition relations

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– Explain the importance of emotional intelligence for Customer attrition in the workplace

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