[AS SEEN IN BIZ REPORT] Insights into the value of forming a Customer Advisory Board
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It’s no secret that technology is ever-changing and with more ways to reach your customer, it’s also no surprise that the Chief Marketing Officer—especially—is feeling this transformation.
Sometimes we need that small burst of encouragement to snap us out of the blur of the status quo.
Today, businesses are in a constant state of transformation and the way marketers think about the customer has never been so important. Jane Hiscock, Farland Group, and Alison Orsi, IBM, recently discussed the impact of this digital era on organizations and their approaches to gain customer advocacy.
As clothing brands establish labs to test new product designs directly with customers, the clients we serve use Customer Advisory Boards to stay competitive in this rapidly changing marketplace.
[AS SEEN IN iMEDIA] Reaching the C-suite requires content tailored to their needs.
[AS SEEN IN CHIEF MARKETER] How to deliver more personalized account based marketing to customers…
[AS SEEN IN CUSTOMER THINK] Don’t underestimate the power of peer connections when convening a customer advisory board.
[AS MENTIONED IN CIO | INSIGHT] Tom Greene, Chief Information & Business Services Officer for Colgate-Palmolive shares why he believes CIOs should join customer advisory boards in his article at CIOInsight.com.
A common sentiment from client attendees after participating in a customer advisory board meeting for the first time is surprise—surprise at how refreshing it was to hear directly from their vendor partners and share in an in-person conversation with peers. »