ADMA Global Forum 2018

ADMA

Date: 30th August 2018  — 31st August 2018

Supercharge your CX at ADMA Global Forum: Sydney, 30 – 31 August.

Global Forum is back in 2018 with a stellar new line-up of international and local customer experience leaders.

Over two action-packed days, discover new inspirational perspectives and the latest practical applications from brands delivering an exceptional customer experience on a global scale including:

– Head of Consumer Marketing | Amazon

– VR Design Director | Google

– Chief Executive Officer | BPAY

– Chief Marketing Officer | Foxtel

– Chief Customer Officer | Mercer

– Chief Operating Officer | Pizza Hut

– Group Chief Digital & Innovation Officer | QBE

– Chief Customer & People Officer | Xero

– Country Manager ANZ | Airbnb

We’ll explore where the future of CX is heading, with sessions from: – The Former Prime Minister of Estonia
(The World’s Most Progressive Digital Society) – Sophia | A.I
(The World’s First Social Humanoid Robot)

Global Forum is designed specifically to ensure you and your team walk away with actionable strategies to help drive customer experience excellence within your own organisation.

For more details and to see the full Program, visit the website.
http://bit.ly/GF18CMO

Venue:

Hilton Sydney Hotel
488 George Street,
Sydney Australia

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