Asian Experience Awards 2023 Winner: Avis Malaysia

Asian Experience Awards 2023 Winner: Avis Malaysia

Hear from Mohd Syahrul Bin Yusuf, Chief Operating Officer, as he showcases Avis Malaysia's strategic customer service initiatives, earning them recognition at the Asian Experience Awards 2023.

Their implementation of stringent sanitation measures, car accessories, and conduct of customer experience surveys foster customer well-being, loyalty, and input, enabling them to spearhead their programme throughout the pandemic.

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