Experiences Group is a proven consulting
firm that works with specialty retailers and other growth-focused companies.
Our typical client results include:
Dramatically increased sales and profits
A differentiated business strategy to enable long-term growth
A more personal and productive customer experience
A more engaged customer-focused staff
More effective managers and leaders at all
levels of the organization
Increased accountability and frontline effectiveness
- Higher conversion rates and average sale
About Doug Fleener
Doug Fleener, the former director for retail for Bose Corporation, is a business contrarian and consultant known for bringing fresh thinking and powerful ideas to his consulting clients, and in his engaging and entertaining keynotes and workshops. He has been quoted in over 300 newspapers and magazines including Entrepreneur, Money, Shopping Centers Today, Wired, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Read our short case studies to see some of the ways we've helped our clients to quickly improve their effectiveness and results.
We work with companies of all sizes. Here is what a few of them have to say about us:
"Since working with Doug my business has improved tremendously." - Donny Borsack (Bribor of Las Vegas) Video testimonial
"Our sales are up 21% in 2014, and I attribute this to you and the direction you gave me earlier this year." Sarah B. (TX retailer)
"It was a wonderful treat to have had you come to South Africa and spend time with our store managers. You have given us some simple and robust leadership tools to implement. As a result our managers are feeling empowered and ready for the holidays." - Gavin Brown (Browns The Diamond Store)
"You were really a hit at the convention, and people are still referring to your comments. As a result we'd like to have you back again next year." - Linda Peebles (Learning Express)
Forget customer service. It's all about the experience.
Your year-end staff inventory
The gift of appreciation
Ten tips on the 10th to be up 10% or more
Contest, communications, and tips for a winning month
Inadvertently uninspiring your employees
A Winning Holiday
Easing the customer's inconvenience