When I first reviewed the Damda Folder, I called it “Reminiscence“
Several years after its release, both of those assertions persist to hold water: The Damda Folder is still an exquisite piece of virtue, but it is not selling as well as it used to due to rising number of competitors. Whenever a popular phone draws near to its release, there is a tsunami of phone case makers that promote their brands by an eye-catching visualisation.
At the risk of stating the obvious, we are not so disturbed by the copycats’ advertisements. “A fisherman always sees another fisherman from afar”, Gordon Gekko once pointed out that when it comes down to business, there are myriad of people who negotiate with no good intentions at heart. It is important we recognise who this people are and realise how to identify people that share the same interests. Competitors may look as alluring as ours but they can never copy our hearts. VRS Design has been beating for over 13 years with only one aim and that is customers’ satisfaction.
Don’t get me wrong, VRS Design sometimes fail to achieve their aim but they solve it professionally and sincerely. VRS Design truly believes in "return of love and respect" the customers that they deserve rather than relying on "return of investment". Jeanne Bliss, author of Chief customer officer who has worked with companies like Coldwell Banker, Allstate and Microsoft said, “Customers are assets to be cared for and nurtured”, and that companies need to focus on cultivating long-term relationships with customers. This is what we believe in not promoting brands by an eye-catching visualisation.
On that note, I would like to share appreciation to all those who recognise who we are from afar.