Apple Business Manager: Who are the new Apple Business Managers?
Apple Business manager is an organisation that manages customers and employees for the company, such as Apple’s retail stores, Apple’s online stores, and Apple’s media and entertainment businesses.
Apple has been using the organisation to provide management and support services to its customer service staff and its retail store employees for several years.
However, there has been a recent surge in the number of business managers who are now working for Apple, and they are now increasingly filling the roles that the company has previously held for its other employees.
The new Apple BAM team, as well as the Apple retail stores’ Apple Business Management (BAM) department, will be moving to Apple’s new Apple Retail Centre in the City of Sydney.
Apple Business Manager, Paul Atherton, said the new department would help the company to focus on customer service and deliver “a more streamlined and efficient way of running the business”.
“We’ve been working with the new team, and we want to make sure they can do this as quickly as possible,” Mr Atherston said.
“It’s a very exciting time for us.”
Mr Atherson said the department would also work closely with the existing retail store team, which has been at the forefront of the company’s online store expansion, to make the new store as efficient as possible.
However, the new BAM staff would be required to work from home and would be expected to meet their colleagues at the new centre, he said.
“They’ll be able to stay on with us to support our other staff in the office, and that will allow us to really focus on delivering the best customer experience to our customers,” he said, adding that the new manager would be working on a new team.
While Apple has a long-standing relationship with its retail stores (which are known as retail businesses), the company is also trying to diversify the organisation, with the aim of becoming a more business-focused organisation.
Mr Bailie said that the organisation would not only provide customer service support, but would also provide advice on how to grow Apple’s business, and help with growth initiatives.
A number of retail managers have previously worked for Apple in the past, and Mr Aetherton said that many of them would be excited to move over to the new role.
He said that while the new staff would not be paid directly, the organisation was looking for people who would be willing to join the new organisation.
“They’re not going to get paid a salary and there’s not a lot of time or money involved.
But we want people who want to work here, and want to contribute, and who will contribute to this,” he told ABC Radio Sydney.