Seven ways to steal market share from your competition

Seven ways to steal market share from your competition

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  • Beth

    I attended one of his conferences and was disappointed by the overall event. In my humble opion, I suggest that this guy ought to focus on himself before giving advice to others.

    • Kenelm Tonkin

      Dear Beth,

      Thank you for your comment, which I have only seen now.

      Though I am unhappy to receive this feedback in the sense you are frustrated, I am pleased to have the opportunity to improve what Tonkin Corporation does and trust we can talk about your experience.

      I am unsure why you are ‘disappointed’. Regardless, I will personally arrange a full refund, with no questions asked. I simply do not want unhappy customers.

      As you haven’t approached my company directly and I have insufficient details to contact you on this public forum (name, company, conference, date would help), you can take advantage of my offer for a refund by replying to this message here, and we can take it from there.

      Again, thank you for the opportunity to rectify this matter.

      In anticipation of refunding you fully, I await your reply.

      Yours sincerely,

      Kenelm Tonkin

  • Alex Makin

    It should be noted that Kenelm Tonkin’s company Tonkin Corporation went into liquidation in early 2013. It should also be noted that this is at least his second company failure. Suggest this is considered when reading any advice offered by Kenelm Tonkin.