CLS Joins the Colloquy Network

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Customer Loyalty Solutions, a loyalty marketing services provider based in Malaysia, said yesterday that it has joined the Colloquy Network, a partnership of independent loyalty consultants and practitioners.


Members of the Colloquy Network can use Cincinnati, OH-based Colloquy's brand recognition and resources and are certified in its consulting methodology.


CLS manages business-to-business and business-to-consumer loyalty programs that cater to multinational companies in industries such as banking/finance, insurance, retail, consumer packaged goods, hospitality, food and beverage and petroleum.


The Colloquy/ CLS collaboration will facilitate sharing of information and resources that will help both organizations build and strengthen their consulting expertise within and outside of their regions.


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