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CX Marketing Summit 2019

The launch of our first CX Marketing Summit, to be held on March 15 2018 at the Victoria Park Plaza, London, follows on from the success of our flagship Customer Engagement Summit now in its seventh year, and firmly established as Europe’s premier customer and employee engagement event.

Our case study and high level networking driven MCX Marketing Summit will examine in detail the key issues, challenges and opportunities facing the marketing community against a background of rapid advances in technologies – from Advanced Analytics and Biometrics through to Virtual and Augmented Reality, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. These constantly evolving technologies are allowing organisations to take an increasingly holistic view of their customers across the enterprise while at the same time facilitating the delivery personalised offerings and co-creation opportunities to further enhance the CX.

Research shows that the marketing function is playing an increasingly important role in CX as advances in technology enable greater customer understanding and insight, allowing organisations to increasingly personalise and tailor their offering to ever more demanding and proactive customers.

The CX Marketing Summit will feature the latest networking and engagement technologies designed to allow delegates to back to their organisations armed with all the tools, strategies and techniques they need to deliver successful CX strategies over the long term for sustainable competitive advantage.

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