"The spirit of Customer Kings lies in the fact that, while a lot of things might feel like they’re out of control for small businesses in a downturn, the one thing that can really make a difference is the experience that the business offers their customers," says David Critchley, Cisco’s head of Small Medium Enterprise & Commercial. Whether you’re based in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland or Northern Ireland, if your customers love you, let us know now. Each winner will be profiled in a special supplement in the March edition of Real Business magazine. "We had some absolutely amazing entries to last year’s competition and we’re all hugely excited to see what Britain and Ireland’s businesses have to tell us this time around. Whether it’s one small but clever change that you’ve made to your business, or a complete, dedicated brand built from scratch that has set your customers’ hearts on fire, we want to hear all about it," says Real Business’ Charles Orton-Jones. Click here to see the latest Customer King news and read profiles of last year’s winners. To enter Customer Kings 2010, click here. Entries will close on January 13, 2010. Picture: source Related articles:What does it take to be a Customer King?Customer Kings 2010: The hunt begins
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