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Financing, Management, Investing: A Full Service Approach

Jul. 18, 2013 2:15 PM ET
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New investment options seem to pop-up everyday as our economic position continues to strengthen. What we do not tend to see occurring as often is the relevance in dynamic marketing or proper client introduction for these services. If everyone claims they are providing a top-tier opportunity or service, how do you vet out those that don't make the cut?

The answer is simple: Service.

"Of course, using a product's best attributes within marketing campaigns is still relevant today, but service is rapidly overtaking product offerings as the primary criterion customers look for when choosing where to do business."

Our mission remains, to not be adequate in every facet of the business, but to be the best in one.

"This trend has naturally led financial service providers to offer comprehensive product and service offerings under one umbrella. There can be several advantages for both the provider and the customer in this type of arrangement."

Now, clients seeking financing, management options, and (or solely) acquisition and purchase opportunities can discuss the entire umbrella with Kurt Westfield, CEO and Co-Founder of WC Equity Group.

My approach is to locate assets that showcase exciting opportunities for investors and then provide a serviceable platform for every range required to be successful, notes Westfield.

"A higher level of service will result in a correspondingly higher level of client trust."

Source (2012)

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