All posts tagged: victor echevarria

TaskRabbit Launches Solution For Businesses To Hire Ongoing, Temporary Help

Businesses are an integral part of TaskRabbit, posting more than 35 percent of tasks. It’s been awesome to see how companies have used, and continue to use, the TaskRabbit platform to build and grow their business. To cater to these specific needs, we launched a dedicated TaskRabbit for Business dashboard back in February. Today, we’re excited to announce the latest advancement in the TaskRabbit for Business experience: a solution that makes it easy for companies to hire ongoing, long-term help through TaskRabbit. Through this new experience, our business customers can access our 10,000+ background-checked and fully vetted TaskRabbits for temporary jobs that take multiple days, weeks, or even months to complete. [pullshow] “Over the past few months, we’ve noticed a trend in companies using the TaskRabbit platform as an easy and reliable way to staff temporary employees,” says Victor Echevarria, TaskRabbit’s Head of Business Development. “We’ve learned that many businesses are frustrated with the current temping solutions, which often prove slow, expensive, and inefficient. Hiring managers are tired of spending enormous amounts of time sifting …

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Three ROI-Positive Strategies to Make Your Clients Feel Like a Million Bucks

As a savvy business owner, you likely have some understanding of what a customer is worth over the life of their relationship with you. Showing a little extra love now can pay off big time down the road — happy customers breed more happy customers. Here are three of the most effective (and ROI-positive) strategies to making your customers smile. Make it right. Understand that things will go wrong from time to time, but bending over backward to make it right inspires loyalty. Know what would resolve the customer’s issue, and then do a little more to wow them. If complaints aren’t common then the money you spend will preserve, and possibly boost, the lifetime value of that customer. Even in cases where you spend more than the customer is worth, you maintain a happy customer that doesn’t slam you on social networks or declare loudly to everyone in earshot that they shouldn’t bring business to you. Going above and beyond for customers can turn them into advocates for your business — leading to glowing …