Bobby Kerr – Building Business with Banter

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Business and broadcasting behemoth Bobby Kerr joins the Humourology Podcast to discuss the value of humour in connecting customers to your business. Build relationships and bolster your bottom line with a bit of banter, this week on The Humourology Podcast.

Business Mogul and broadcasting personality Bobby Kerr joins the Humourology Podcast to discuss how humour can build connections within a business and keep customers coming back. From the owner of Insomnia Coffee to a regular dragon in the Dragon’s Den to the host of Down to Business, Kerr knows a thing or two about what it takes to be successful in business. What is the best way to build your business and connect with your customers? Bobby says it’s all about a bit of banter.

“Relationships are built around similar attitudes towards humour.”

Kerr knows that a touch of humour is the best way to show the world your humanity. For Kerr, that’s what it takes to build a business whether you are selling a cup of coffee or leading a boardroom. 

Looking to learn how business relationships are born? Join us this week on The Humourology Podcast with Paul Boross.

 

 

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