JetBlue: Inspiring Humanity in Travel

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JetBlue is one of those rare companies that customers simply love. Jamie Perry, Vice President of Marketing at JetBlue, talks about how the company does it through a mission of “Inspiring Humanity” – creating a better flying experience that’s accessible to all.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • How a framework of values can empower employees to do right by customers
  • How JetBlue developed its first premium service while staying true to its ethos
  • Why breaking from constraints of the industry can spur innovation

Learn more about this episode here.

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