Ask about Belinda Yabsley
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  • Belinda Yabsley has built an inspiring reputation for innovation in the art of customer relationship management. Starting in the automotive industry as a receptionist, Belinda went on to become the youngest Branch Manager of a Mercedes-Benz owned dealership in Australia, and the first female to be recruited for this position. Belinda then went on to launch the worlds first "Mercedes-Benz Airport Express" in Sydney, a unique concept resulting in previously unheard of levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Currently a well-respected mentor and speaker, Belinda is still referred to as "Miss Mercedes" by many within the media and business world. Her reputation being based on both her stellar sales record and ground breaking work in the field of customer experience management.
  • Customer Relationship Management

"Your talk was extremely inspirational and motivational and you are someone I look up to and want to follow in the footsteps of. Everyone in the office hasn't stopped talking about you. Thank you."
Ray White Real Estate

"I got each of the sales team to make a list of their ideas/plans following your talk and collected them a week later, then photocopied and returned them. At the end of each month now they are going to be measured against the list of things they said they'd do. I'm hoping to get three "Belindas" out of it – but honestly even one would be a terrific asset to me. I was super impressed with your energy, presentation and preparation. You clearly deserve and earn every success."

"I wanted to pass on my personal "thank you" for your session with our BankSA Key Branch Managers. Your session covered many points that are certainly "common sense" but in reality not "common practice" & giving them a different viewpoint, validated by your personal success stories made for a great session overall. Thank you also for spending time covering off the priorities of the day & making time for themselves to work "on" the business as many fall in the trap of saying they are just too busy."
Bank SA