You could also call this heading “Our philosophy” or “Our vision.” This is the place to talk about what drives you and your business and what’s unique about your process. What you write here should be something distinct and interesting about your business that sets it apart from others in the same industry.
Every business has a beginning, and this is where you talk about yours. People want to know what opportunity you saw or how your passion led to the creation of something new. Talk about your roots–people wanna know you have some.
Meet the Society
Write something about the people who make your business go or your philosophy behind customer service. Why? Because people want to know who they’re doing business with. It’s a human thing.
Ph.D., Professor at Beijing Normal University, College of P.E. and Sports, Martial Arts eight-segment, Martial Arts National Referee, and Dragon and lion dance international referee. His research focuses on the theory and practice of national folk sports, scientific research on Tai Chi, and Martial Arts with international collaboration
Phillip H. Kuo
M.D., Ph.D. Professor at the University of Arizona. He graduated in chemistry from Harvard and then earned an MD/Ph.D from the University of Virginia. Post-graduate training included residency in Internal Medicine at UCLA, fellowship in Nuclear Medicine and residency in Radiology at Yale. He has board certifications in Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Cardiology. He joined the University of Arizona in 2008 and is now Professor of Medical Imaging and also faculty in Medicine and Biomedical Engineering. He currently serves as the Chief of Nuclear Medicine and Director of the Fellowship in Nuclear Radiology. Scientific interests span basic, translational and clinical research in molecular imaging.
Full Librarian Faculty at the University of Arizona Libraries.
Ph.D., Professor at Beijing Normal University, College of P.E. and Sports. Research topics: Martial arts history, martial arts culture thought, martial arts teaching, comparative study of Chinese and foreign martial arts, sports history, history of sports thought.
This is should be a prospective customer’s number one call to action, e.g., requesting a quote or perusing your product catalog.