- Jan 26, 2023 9:02 am GMT
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5 Tips for Communicating with LMI Customers
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/questline/5-tips-communicating-lmi-customers
For this piece, Brian Lindamood, the Vice President of Marketing & Content Strategy for Questline Digital, goes over some strategies for utility companies to communicate with their customers, particularly those who are low or medium income. Due to a variety of global issues, consumers are likely to face increased energy prices. This will be particularly tougher on low or medium income households.
What Do Consumers Think About Their Electric Bills?
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/smart-energy-consumer-collaborative-secc/what-do-consumers-think-about-their-electric-bills
For this post, Nathan Shannon, the President and CEO of the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative, discusses consumers’ particular beliefs and ideas about their energy bills. Nathan breaks down the issues and discusses what consumers understand and what they could use more help in understanding. These kinds of insights can help anyone in the energy space.
The Power of Networking with an Executive Search Consultant
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/hr/power-networking-executive-search-consultant
With this article, John Ryan, the Managing Director of TRANSEARCH, raises the benefits of networking with recruiters. When people think of networking, they typically think of getting to know their peers or people they would potentially want to work with. People usually only meet with recruiters when they are actually looking for a job. But John discusses why it is good to treat recruiters as you would any other professional in terms of networking.
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