Everything in your business or office can have an effect on how your customer experiences your general service. Everything from your personnel’s attitude, their attire, their nametags and even the general look of your business, the décor and especially the lighting plays a role in how your customer see your business and value your service. A good business manager or owner that wants to run a quality business that provides high quality service needs to invest in quality and yet so many managers make two huge mistakes in their business. They always seem to forget the importance of a good nametag and the second most common problem in most businesses is proper lighting.
Speaking of lighting
Entrepreneurs should never underestimate the power of good lighting. If an office space or business seems too dark and misty then customers tend to avoid your company, firstly because they cannot see properly and secondly, poor lighting creates the impression that your business is shady and untrustworthy. Most entrepreneurs owes their lighting mistakes to rental contracts that prevents them from doing modifications to the shop or office design which means they cannot insert lights as they please. A chandelier floor lamp is a great light source that can solve most of these lighting problems and will give your office or business a wonderful look because these floor lamps are gorgeous and timeless. Modern floor lamps are energy efficient and some even comes with extra features like brightness settings and much more and many of these glorious floor lamps are so beautiful and captivating that they are sure to lure more clients into your shop or office.
Most common nametag issues and how to solve them
There are so many treacherous and often stupid mistakes that so many people make with their nametags. Here are the top nametag taboos and ways to solve these issues;
Messy temporary tags – The biggest mistake that most businesses make is by providing a temporary assistant with a poor quality name tag. Even temps are part of the team and their actions do affect the way in which clients view your business. This is why even temporary nametags should be of the highest possible quality.
Style errors – A big mistake that most businesses make is to supply their employees with an average looking nametag when your dress code is formal or smart. The average looking nametag that dwindles around your employees name will only drag your business name through the mud. Employers need to ensure that the style of the nametag corresponds with your overall business style and especially with your dress code.
Cluttering – A name tag is a name tag. It isn’t an advertising board. Your employee nametags can contain your business name for branding purpose but should never have too much information or clients can easily miss the employer’s name.
Size – The size of the nametag and especially the size of the font is incredibly important. Bigger isn’t always better but it is better than too small because then your client’s won’t be able to see your clients name easily. The card and the name font should be large so clients can easily spot it.