In 1948 there were less than 10,000 personal bankruptcies in the United States. In 1981 there were 360,000. In 1989 there were 725,000!
In a study conducted by Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, two areas of a store were scented with different odors. One had a floral aroma and the other spicy.
Buyer-Protection Checking is not catching on as quickly as leaders in the industry thought it would.
According to a recent survey by the Promotion Marketing Assn.
In each of my presentations to financial institutions, I try to get some feeling and opinions from those attending on what is wrong, or what needs to be fixed, in the banking industry.