Posts tagged ‘despre’ ? NU RECOMAND !!!

Daca vrei sa fii umilit ca si client…. atunci e pentru tine.

Oribil!!! Lectie de afaceri in Romania… de la familia Zarnoveanu.

Sediu social: Sos. Bucuresti-Ploiesti, nr. 14-22, Ap. 40, Sector 1, 013682, Bucuresti
Sediu secundar: Sos. Pipera – Tunari, nr. 126, 077191 Voluntari-Pipera, Ilfov, Romania … nu recomand! Agreezi cand sa vii sa testezi si sa cumperi o chitara, vii intocmai, dar nu o au… si e de vina clientul ca nu a sunat inca o data sa se asigure… (??)
Spui ca nu ti se pare ok, ca preferai un apel ca sa ti se spuna sa nu vii degeaba, esti invitat sa nu cumperi…. (??)
Si vorbim de produse scumpe totusi…

Am scris pe Facebook-ul lor, au blocat postul.
Am scris pe email, mi-a raspuns Basil Zarnoveanu, cu scuze, dar explicand de ce totusi s-a intamplat…
Le-am spus ca atitudinea celor din magazin e probabil din cauza ca managementul nu ii educa pentru a intelege cum sa abordeze relatia cu clientii, avand in vedere ca vand totusi produse scumpe de nisa…. Nu poti sa pui la punct un client si sa ii spui sa nu cumpere.
Raspunsul a fost ca opinia mea e hazardata.

Cam atat despre cum rezolva Proguitar SRL un client umilit in magazin….

#guitarshop #guitarshopromania #badcustomermanagement

When I jumped with Felix!!

Yes, true!! I watched his free falling and I lived every second!

Felix Baumgartner

Here are some words about this man and his record:

Baumgartner was born on 20 April 1969 in Salzburg, Austria.

In 1999 he claimed the world record for the highest parachute jump from a building when he jumped from the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. On 31 July 2003, Baumgartner became the first person to skydive across the English Channel using a specially made carbon fiber wing. He also set the world record for the lowest BASE jump ever, when he jumped 95 feet (29 m) from the hand of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.

He became the first person to BASE jump from the completed Millau Viaduct in France on 27 June 2004[citation needed] and the first person to skydive onto, then BASE jump from, the Turning Torso building in Malmö, Sweden on 18 August 2006. On 12 December 2007 he became the first person to jump from the 91st floor observation deck, then went to the 90th floor (about 390 m (1,280 ft)) of the then tallest completed building in the world, Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan.

In January 2010, it was reported that Baumgartner was working with a team of scientists and sponsor Red Bull to attempt the highest sky-dive on record. Baumgartner initially struggled with claustrophobia after spending time in the pressurized suit required for the jump, but overcame it with help from a sports psychologist and other specialists.

Test jumps

On 15 March 2012 Baumgartner completed the first of two test jumps from 71,581 feet (21,818 m). During the jump he spent approximately three minutes and 43 seconds in free fall, reaching speeds of more than 360 miles per hour (580 km/h), before opening his parachute. In total, the jump lasted approximately eight minutes and eight seconds and Baumgartner became only the third person to safely parachute from a height of over 13.5 miles (21.7 km).

On 25 July 2012, Baumgartner completed the second of two planned test jumps from 96,640 feet (29,460 m). It took Baumgartner about 90 minutes to reach the target altitude and his free fall was estimated to have lasted three minutes and 48 seconds before his parachutes were deployed.

Main jump

The launch was originally scheduled for 9 October 2012, but was aborted due to adverse weather conditions. Launch was rescheduled and the mission instead took place on 14 October 2012 when Baumgartner landed in eastern New Mexico after jumping from a world record 39,045 metres (128,100 ft) or just over 39 kilometres (24 mi). On the basis of provisional data, Baumgartner also set the record for the highest manned balloon flight (at the same height) and fastest speed of free fall at 1,342 kilometres per hour (834 mph) making him the first human to break the sound barrier outside of a vehicle.[14][15] Baumgartner was in free fall for 4 minutes and 19 seconds, 17 seconds shy of mentor Joseph Kittinger’s 1960 jump.

A “VOICE” discovered by X Factor in UK, in 2009: OLLY MURS

I had the pleasure this morning to drive to office with a very nice music in my car! As soon as I had time, I tried to learn who’s the voice owner . Checked the lyrics on you tube and this is how I got to meet Mr. Olly Murs! And his story surprised me, this 2 years artist had no school or professional training for singing!

He loves football and even played for a small team, lately before X factor working as customer service representative in a call center.

Olly didn’t win @ X Factor 2009, but he had made a very good impression and … Robbie Williams invited him to sing together! Wow, that is luck!

So, Mr. Murs became famous , more people liked him and … he signed a contract with Epic Records and here it is a first album, “Thinking of me”.

The debut single, “Please don’t let me go”: