Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Location: Wallacespace, 2 Dryden Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9NA
The workshop is designed to help business-to-
The workshop will explore and show:
• how to use the customer experience as a way to compete – and what that actually looks like in practice
• a methodology for re-inventing the customer journey using their whole lives, not just website/store/
• how to use communication to build energy internally and enable employees to transform the customer's experience.
To apply for one the limited places available, please contact Caroline Pryer at email@example.com or call the team on 0118 321 7457.
Carrie Bedingfield, CEO of Onefish Twofish said:
“Making customers for life is about more than mapping the customer journey – everyone does that these days. To differentiate themselves, businesses must see customers as individuals, and find the small interactions that make a difference.
They must then communicate the customer experience effectively to employees, and motivate them to deliver it. This involves moving from a structured process to a clear framework that gives them room to be spontaneous and natural, using their talent and personality to make the experience ‘just perfect’ for each customer.”
About Onefish Twofish
Onefish Twofish are a tight-knit bunch of comms experts and work at the knotty end of business comms challenges. We have two specialisms:
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About Customer Faithful
Customer Faithful is founded on a collective of people who are passionate about understanding customers. Their work is in supporting a wide range of companies across different industries deal with the same core issue – how it feels to be a customer and what can be done to improve their experience.
By studying customers – what motivates them, what frustrates them, what makes them behave they way they do – both as individuals and in crowds. Customer Faithful has helped businesses and organisations to understand their customers, enabling them to plan and improve their customer offer.
Customer Faithful is led by Rick Harris – almost a ‘veteran’ of the UK customer experience scene now, whose 20+ years of experience spans a wide range of industry sectors and international markets