You’re forced to reach a decision in your lawsuit against a local business owner in 45 minutes or six payment delays for your attorney. It’s too much stress for any business to deal with. You would think that a startup would be able to save you a couple of hours.
You’re using the website 311 to file a complaint in your case, but will see no sign of your complaint, complaint/wish, report, or report of report. 311 turns into a missed opportunity. What was a sweet plan and business opportunity turned into a setup for failure. You say, “311, the wurstwurst is gone.”
If your next business expansion includes meeting with 311, make sure you own it.
If The Fixer is the company you want to work with, I’m not worried that your bad experience with 311 could result in a negative experience when working with the company. The Fixer’s website and app are as simple as scrolling through a decked out business logo on their website.
When referring to The Fixer, you are using the formal name of a 501c3 corporate organization to refer to your fixer. It’s easy to distinguish The Fixer and its owner from the typical consultants and consultants seeking help.
The Fixer also makes me uncomfortable when I see a large line of people queued up at the front door for the app, in the corner it’s all business, nothing shows “social entrepreneurs” at work. I wonder about how well The Fixer will perform and manage when trying to connect with small business owners and entrepreneurs in a city that the company says it intends to disrupt.
Let’s all make a positive first impression, I know that we all want positive experiences and positive outcomes. I do believe The Fixer will perform well and that they will serve our needs; now my question is “as a business that goes to a lot of trouble to connect with us? How well will they connect?”
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