MarketScale Online Learning Set to Empower ‘Fans First’ Approach

Dallas, Texas – MarketScale announced the launch of Fans First by MarketScale, a new Original Online Learning production. Fans First is your ticket to creating a holistic, engaging and awe-inspiring customer experience that, prior to this course, you likely thought impossible. Featuring Jesse Cole, owner of the Savannah Bananas, as the instructor and guide, the course walks through elevating and changing the customer experience to create lifelong fans of your business, brand and people.

“The Fans First course is an experience and a powerful medium to drive growth in the way your business approaches customers and service. It provides an innovative model to build an experience-driven, fans-first culture and provides the tactics for your team to execute this vision,” says JW Marshall, MarketScale Director of Learning Solutions.

This course is designed for all businesses and will provide:

  • Ways to transform your business and turn your customers into fans for life
  • Strategies for giving your entire team purpose in a united effort to develop an experience driven culture
  • A guide for making the customer experience remarkable without losing out to “gimmicky” initiatives
  • The road map for turning your fans into your best marketers

Fans First will be available beginning June 11th. To request an invitation for early access, go to https://marketscale.com/fans-first-invite/.

About MarketScale

MarketScale helps B2B brands build media channels and learning solutions to reach their buyers and grow their businesses. Based in Dallas, Texas, the company is leading the way in the evolution from traditional marketing to B2B media. MarketScale was recognized was #67 in Inc. Magazine’s 2020 Fastest Growing Companies in the State of Texas.

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