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CX Marketing Summit

Every interaction that a customer has with a company, be it online or offline, changes their impression of the brand. For this reason, there has never been a more important time for the marketing function to ensure a great CX through each touchpoint of creating awareness, driving conversions, and keeping existing customers happy.

The CX Marketing Summit will take you on a journey to CX excellence, as we look at the increasing number of organisations who are combining the efforts of the customer and marketing departments to provide consistent messaging and further enhanced customer understanding and insights, which leads to tailored, personalised offerings that attract and retain a loyal customer base.

The day will provide a survival guide for CX as we discuss topics such as how we can use service design to break down business silos, how we can build a better CX using an inside-out model, the new technologies that can transform engagement, how to master digital advertising in the machine age, how we need to stop thinking channels and start thinking journeys, the use of VOC in marketing, and what the era of omnipresent experience means for you.

Case study presenters sharing their stories at the Summit are seeing a seamless CX  as a result of their own strategic efforts and, by joining them, you’ll be able to reap similar rewards.

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Primark and Boohoo both on the up as young shoppers keep spending

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Aldi accused of copying pram shade

Supermarket chain Aldi has been accused by an entrepreneur of copying the sun shade she designed for prams. Cara Sayer designed the successful product – a cover which stretches over the top of prams and blocks out light – 10 years ago to help her baby sleep. Aldi’s product has a short zip down the […]

Twitter shares surge on news of double-digit increase in users

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Tesla’s Elon Musk expects ‘robotaxis’ to start in the US next year

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Facebook copied email contacts of 1.5 million users ‘by mistake’

Facebook ‘unintentionally’ uploaded the email contacts of more than 1.5 million users without asking permission to do so, the social network has admitted. The data harvesting happened via a system used to verify the identity of new members, Facebook asked new users to supply the password for their email account, and took a copy of […]

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New hope for future of high street as Millennials and Gen Z ride to the rescue

Findings released by one of Europe’s leading retail experience design agencies, Foolproof, reveals that the high street has a surprising advocate: the younger ‘digital generation’. 58% of 18-24 year olds and 60% of 25-34 year olds stated that they would rather shop for clothes in-store than online. The figures suggest it’s not all doom and gloom […]

Amazon flooded by fake five star reviews says consumer Watchdog

Online retail giant Amazon’s website is flooded with fake five-star reviews for products from unfamiliar brands, consumer group Which? has claimed. Top-rated reviews on popular items such as headphones, smart watches and fitness trackers were dominated by unknown brands, its probe concluded. Thousands of these were unverified, meaning there was no evidence the reviewer bought […]

JD Sports rewarded for focus on millennials

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