Executive Customer Contact Exchange Releases Brand New EBook To Help Businesses Tackle Their Customer Service Challenges
The themes of this eBook mirror the discussions that will be had at the Executive Customer Contact Exchange, taking place 29th - 30th April in Dublin. The speaker panel at the event includes a range of experts including, among others, the CEO UK forDHL Express, Chief Customer and Brand Officer at Aer Lingus, Head of Customer Experience and Interaction at E.ON Energia and the Group Head of Customer Experience for Coast, Karen Millen, Oasis, Warehouse, Aurora Fashions.
About the Customer Management Exchange Network
The Customer Management Exchange hosts a series of global, invitation only forums, which help senior executives overcome their most pressing challenges across customer experience, marketing, customer service, insight and digital technology. Exchange only invites executives with the highest credentials, and solution providers with world-leading capabilities in order to deliver a strategic discussion based environment, allowing attendees to connect, interact and engage with their international peer group.
The complimentary eBook is available to download in full at http://bit.ly/12aqnX1, or for more information visit the Executive Customer Contact Exchange website: http://bit.ly/WhbgG6 or email email@example.com.For more information on the Customer Management Exchange Network please visit http://www.customermanagementexchange.com or contact Kira Stancliffe, Marketing Manager, CM Exchange Network at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44(0)207-368-9484. SOURCE Customer Management Exchange Network
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