Forrester's Forum For Customer Experience Professionals EMEA

Why Good Is Not Good Enough

Monday, November 17, 2014 - Tuesday, November 18, 2014London

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What Attendees Will Gain

The data is in: The number of truly awful customer experiences is dropping like a rock. That’s good news for consumers and business buyers alike. It’s bad news, however, for the mass of companies that are now all "just average." They’ve lost their ability to use the same old customer experience to grow share of wallet, retain customers, and get recommendations.

 

At this Forum, you’ll learn how to take charge of your customer experience ecosystem to create the new, more compelling experiences needed to differentiate your organization.

 

Why Attend

You’ll walk away knowing:

  • The key factors that you must focus on to achieve superior customer experience. 
  • Which factors to move beyond.  
  • Innovative approaches that differentiate your firm from competitors.

 

 

 

"It's not enough to think you know your customers — you have to really know what they care about most to deliver a compelling experience."

Harley Manning
Forum Host
Vice President, Research Director
Forrester Research

 

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Chief customer officers.
  • VPs and directors of enterprisewide customer experience.
  • Senior-level executives responsible for digital channels.
  • Senior-level executives responsible for setting organizational strategy.
  • Senior-level executives responsible for driving consumer sales and profitability.
  • Marketing and strategy leaders charged with understanding customers' needs.

Attendee Quotes

"Really useful insight with a practical model and good advice that can be followed."

— 2013 Forum Attendee

"WOW, amazing content, concepts and speakers."

— 2013 Forum Attendee

"Excellent stories of real CX improvement. Great example of technology being applied to monitor, measure and intervene in real-time."

— 2013 Forum Attendee

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