Brendan Kamm, Thnks (Nashville Business Radio, Episode 30)
Whether it’s prospects, clients, employees, or coworkers, everyone loves to feel appreciated, and Thnks has created an effortless way to express gratitude. Co-Founder and CEO Brendan Kamm joined host John Ray to share how Thnks got started, the ROI of gratitude, why Thnks moved the company from New York City to the Nashville area, why passing out swag may not be the most thoughtful way to express gratitude, and much more. Nashville Business Radio is produced virtually from the Nashville studio of Business RadioX®.
Thnks enables sales and customer success teams to build stronger business relationships through gratitude.
We provide a digital gratitude platform that enables users to send thoughtful gestures of appreciation that foster better connections, save hours of time, and lead to faster business growth. – A week of coffee to a prospect that doesn’t have time to meet – An Uber ride to a client on a rainy morning to help with their commute – A bottle of bourbon to wish a key client happy birthday.
They are the only relationship-building platform that provides full transparency, record-keeping and reporting, digitizing the entire process to ensure full financial and compliance control.
Brendan Kamm, Co-Founder and CEO, Thnks
Brendan Kamm is Co-Founder and CEO of Thnks, a digital gratitude platform that empowers business professionals to build better relationships by sharing personalized gestures of appreciation in a thoughtful, efficient way.
Questions and Topics in This Interview
- How the company got started
- Why gratitude? It’s not typically discussed in business.
- What’s the ROI on gratitude?
- Small frequent gestures of appreciation vs SWAG, business dinners or bigger ticket items
- The psychology of giving/gratitude
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