WINNIPEG, MB: Re-New Mobility, a provider of high-quality mobility aids and equipment in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is excited to announce its recent triple B accreditation. The three B’s stand for Build Trust, Be Transparent and Be Responsive, standards from the Better Business Bureau that are accredited to businesses that go above and beyond. The accreditation can help in generating more business for the local company.
“Since 1994, we’ve strived to offer exceptional customer service and quality products,” says Marcelo Josebachvili, owner of Re-New Mobility. “After many years in the industry, we’re more than happy to receive the BBB accreditation, as it will help us reach more customers interested in our business and what we can offer. We want everyone to know that we’re a trusted and reliable source for power chairs, walkers, scooters, and much more.”
After being open for many years, Josebachvili and the rest of the team at Re-New Mobility believed that it was time to apply for BBB accreditation. Businesses that receive BBB accreditation reap numerous benefits, such as a rise in consumer trust, obtaining a competitive advantage, an enhanced reputation, and better online visibility. The extra boost in recognition is expected to propel the business’s sales revenue and consumer awareness. As an already-established shop in Winnipeg, the accreditation will help the business reach further customers around Manitoba and expand the brand’s reputation.
For over two decades, Re-New Mobility has been a leader in providing mobility equipment and products to residents all over Winnipeg, MB. Not only does the company provide dependable mobility aids, but its certified technicians can service and install equipment in your home to improve your day-to-day life, such as grab bars, security poles, stair lifts, and more. No matter your mobility issue, Re-New Mobility can make your home safe and comfortable. For more information regarding the services it offers, visit the company website at https://renewmobility.ca/.
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