So, to my BFO or Blinding Flash of the Obvious – it’s about the fundamental essence of the Customer Experience: that elusive concept, responsible for more than its fair share of vacant expressions on C-Suite-level faces, and frustrated middle managers with the words “Visitor/Customer Experience” in their job title.
(Bite-sized information or inspiration, that I have time to write, and you have time to read) Whether you’re designing a new product, a new brand or just…… Read more “Customer Experience Bites #2: The Frightening, Creative Process”
This article makes stimulating reading if you have a customer-facing business (you don’t…?) – especially if you’re interested in finding ways to attract more customers, and generate more revenue (you aren’t…?).
Whatever your business, take time out to reflect on the opportunities you aren’t exploring:
My first newsletter of 2017 has a new look and a new focus. It’s inspired by a quotation given to me by my friend, futurist Nick Price:
“Customer Experience isn’t simply the quality & arrangement of assets. It’s their orchestration.”
So this month’s newsletter reflects three aspects of my mission:
“I help organisations orchestrate their assets so that everyone and everything plays to their full potential.”
A shop owner in the Yorkshire Dales has been branded “the bookseller from hell” after his local parish council took in more than 20 complaints about his alleged…… Read more “My Advice to the Yorkshire Dales ‘Shopkeeper from Hell’”
In this article, City AM’s deputy editor Julian Harris argues that one of the UK High Street’s most iconic retailers needs radical surgery: perhaps even splitting its…… Read more “Marks & Spencer : Is it time to split the retailer in two? “
I was delighted to be asked to write this guest post for the Eventbrite blog.
My post shares six key trends that are redefining the customer experience – specifically in the conference and live events sector although these are mega-trends and therefore relevant to every business.
In a world where the unthinkable and the impossible are rapidly becoming the reality, the challenges for organisations and businesses are also the opportunities. The key is to understand the trends, stay focused on vision, mission and key success drivers, and to implement flexible strategies based on what will happen, what could happen, and above all, on what you want to happen.
This is the third and last of my short series of posts, distilling insights from the conference I attended on On Wednesday 15th June : The Future of the Experience Economy, organised by Eventbrite.
This is my second post sharing insights from the conference, The Future of the Experience Economy, that took place in London on 15th June 2016, organised by Eventbrite.
I’m going to share three key takeaways from the session on Brand, Loyalty and Consumer Expectations. This panel discussion went to the heart of what every customer-facing organisation needs to know:
This week I attended a conference, The Future of the Experience Economy, to discuss and learn how to succeed in the Experience Economy, what innovations will drive it forward, and how progressive brands can stay ahead of the curve to create incredible experiences that build loyal audiences.
Over the next few days I’ll publish some short posts sharing some of the highlights. Up first: Julia Hartz, CEO and Co-founder of Eventbrite, a global marketplace for live experiences that allows people to find and create events in 190 countries.