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Vox pop: How good is customer service in Ireland?

Do Irish businesses understand good customer service? Or do they want your money without offering any frills? Here’s what you said.

Image: Aidan Jones via Flickr.com

LAST WEEK, WE brought you details of a search for Ireland’s friendliest business.

The Junior Chamber International (Ireland), a development organisation for young people, is running a competition to find Irish businesses that go that little bit further “to survive and thrive”.

Our friends at TheLineIreland have taken to the streets to ask what Irish people think of customer service in this country. This is what you told them:

What do YOU think? Is customer service good in Irish businesses in general…


Poll Results:

No, it's dreadful (304)
It's average (214)
Yes, people try their best (80)



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