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Rene Nunez

Founder, Chieftain StrategistSensum


Member Since May 2022


Strategic Planning
Business Strategy


I work with SMB owners to create Business Strategies in 3 months or less, to help them grow their businesses. I accomplish this by providing them with simple-effective tools I have developed from all the years of experience and knowledge I have.

Published content

Starting Q2 Strong: Tips from Successful Business Leaders

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With Q1 behind them, business leaders can use Q2 as an opportunity to look ahead at what they want to achieve by mid-year. The second quarter of the year is a great time for business leaders to take stock of their progress and set goals for the months ahead. Whether you're looking to boost sales, improve operations or expand your team, it's important to have a plan in place to make the most of Q2. But where do you start? Below, Rolling Stone Culture Council members share their tips and strategies for starting Q2 off on the right foot. From assessing company performance to refining your business objectives, these insights can help you drive growth and achieve your goals.

Eight Ways E-Commerce Brands Can Better Serve Their Customers

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Meeting your customers’ needs should be the focus of any business — online or otherwise. As more consumers and business clients turn to e-commerce companies to meet their product needs, both opportunity and competition are growing. While starting up a business online is a great way to meet customers where they are with fewer overhead costs, the sheer amount of competition can make it difficult to get noticed in the first place. One way to draw attention to your business is to focus on your customers’ needs and how you can better serve them. Here, eight members of Rolling Stone Culture Council draw on their expertise as they recommend some of the most effective ways to serve your customers well and to stand out among the competition.

10 Ways to Persuade Customers to Buy Even as Prices Are Rising

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Despite rising prices across all industries, consumers will still spend money on the brands they love if they have a good reason. In times of economic uncertainty, consumers are more cautious with their spending and may be less likely to make impulsive or nonessential purchases. This can be particularly challenging for businesses that rely on these types of consumer purchases to drive sales. However, there are strategies that companies can employ to encourage customers to continue buying from their brands, even when money is tight. By building trust, offering value and providing exceptional customer service, companies can create a loyal customer base that will stick with them through both good times and bad. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members explain how to do this for your own business.

10 Practical Ways to Experiment With New Ideas and Minimize Risk

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At a time when most businesses are in "survival mode," it can pay to be the one that's taking risks and innovating. Running a business in the middle of a lingering pandemic, rising costs and the threat of a recession can be a daunting task for any leader. With survival as the top priority, the idea of experimenting and breaking the mold can seem like a luxury that cannot be afforded. However, businesses that want to stay relevant and competitive must continue to innovate and explore new ideas. Below, 10 Rolling Stone Culture Council members discuss some practical ways that leaders can continue to experiment and break the mold while still keeping their businesses afloat during uncertain times. By implementing these strategies, businesses can not only survive but also thrive in the face of adversity.

10 Skills or Traits Any Good Customer-Facing Employee Should Have

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Any employee who interfaces with customers should have the right skills to properly and effectively represent your brand. Hiring for any position is rarely an easy task, and it can be even more difficult when you're filling a customer-facing role. Not only does the person you hire need to be a match for your company culture, but they also need the right personality and skills to effectively represent your brand to the general public. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share 10 specific skills or traits they look for when hiring for a customer-facing or public role, and explain why each of these qualities is so essential to an employee's success in this type of position.

How Trying to Be Too Inclusive Could Actually Make Your Business Less Inclusive


It's important to remember that inclusion is not a zero-sum game.

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Company bio

Sensum is an innovative Management Consulting company with a wide range of knowledge and experience. We have combined top MBA knowledge with Neuromarketing and Data Analytics to create simple and effective tools and apps for small and medium size businesses from all industries. Our mission is to empower businesses and professionals with expert knowledge, guidance, and simple-effective tools; to achieve synergy with their customers, their employees, themselves, and the world within months. We provide you with the right tools and knowledge so you can grow your business, solidify your brand, and achieve work-life balance.



Area of focus

Small and Medium Businesses
Management Consulting
Business Development

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