Stay­ing flex­i­ble is the key to suc­cess

Spirit 98.1 and 96.5 REDFM Best Cus­tomer Ser­vice by and In­di­vid­ual Award (Hos­pi­tal­ity): Steve Dal­gleish (Dal­gleish Cater­ing)

Geraldton Guardian - - News -


I find op­er­at­ing flex­i­ble hours and be­ing where and when my clients need me is the recipe for suc­cess.

Whether it is a sim­ple phone in­quiry or a meet­ing out of “nor­mal hours” ... there is no such thing as nor­mal hours in hos­pi­tal­ity.

I find my­self con­tactable and very ac­ces­si­ble, able to re­late and in­ter­act with clients.

Whether it’s a sim­ple func­tion for two or a town party for 2500, the at­ten­tion to de­tail is no dif­fer­ent.

Steve Dal­gleish was a de­served win­ner of this year’s best cus­tomer ser­vices for an in­di­vid­ual un­der the hos­pi­tal­ity cat­e­gory — he has all the right in­gre­di­ents for a win­ning com­bi­na­tion.


Pic­ture: Dragon­fly Me­dia

Luke Wilkin­sonTurner of Spirit 98.1 and 96.5 REDFM with Steve Dal­gleish of Dal­gleish Cater­ing.

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