Mr. Slinin’s American Dream
Original source: http://www.thestreet.com/video/10441727/car-and-limo-service-avoids-market-potholes.html
Take just a moment and think about the characteristics that you have to see in someone before you can really trust them. For some people, trust is something that must be earned over time. This can make it especially difficult to find people to provide certain services; think about it…don’t you feel better when you have a sense of trust in a babysitter, a hair stylist or even just the guy at the garage that rotates your tires?
Corporations and small companies are well aware of the public’s need for trust. This is why you often see so many companies trying to sway the public with cheerful ads and slogans loaded with buzzwords to make you feel more at ease with their product. Of course, a company must be careful when attempting this, making sure that they don’t push people away by stretching the truth.
One company that understands and values the trust that must be built between a company and their clients is Corporate Transportation Group (CTG). Headed by Edward Slinin, CTG knows what it takes to build a solid trust. After all, they got their start based upon Eduard’s hardworking values and determination. Eduard knows that the key to building client/company trust rests in the ability to keep your clients happy.
Eduard began his business as many other small businesses do every year—with just a dream and hard work. He started off with just a single car to his name and now his company owns more than 1,300. His success has come in large part due to the trust his customers have in him. He achieves this by providing consistent results and treating all clients the same, regardless of their stature of social standing. Keeping his clients happy is his ultimate goal…not some dollar amount or end-of-year figures.
He values customers above all because the moment he started driving his first limo at the age of 18, he knew what he wanted to do with his life. Driven by a love of travel and meeting new people, he knew that he wanted to run his own transportation company.
With the right blend of trustworthiness, optimism and dedication to his industry, Edward has managed to make CTG one of the most successful transportation companies in New York City. He is able to gain the trust and loyalty of his clients by focusing on the needs of his customer—by cementing that element of trust in all that he does.
With these key ingredients, CTG has remained successful even in hard economic times. Eduard knows that the dependability of his company will have his customers coming back, being able to fully trust that their time and money are being invested in an honest company.