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  1. Customer Experience Council

    United States

    Executives responsible for maximizing value for both the customer and the bottom line engage in candid and confidential discussions. Members value the opportunity to share best practices and develop innovative strategies in a confidential setting.

  2. Customer Experience Council

    Europe

    The Council’s mission is to gain insights in Customer Experience across industries and regions by providing a global peer-to-peer benchmarking and best-practice sharing program.

  3. Customer Experience Council II

    United States

    Many companies today have a CEO-driven mandate to significantly improve their Customer Experience. How can you find the most effective ways to achieve this challenging goal?

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  1. Market Insights Council

    United States

    The Council provides an opportunity for senior executives to meet for candid, off-the-record exchange of ideas and experiences. Members value the intimate forum, expert speakers, and ability to leverage the collective expertise year-round.

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  1. Sales Enablement Leaders Council

    United States

    The Council brings together Sales Enablement leaders who believe in the strategic importance of this rapidly emerging field in order to create a peer community, address challenges, and establish the criteria and best practices for success in the role.

  2. Social Media Council

    United States

    Social media is an ever-changing and critical component of communications and marketing strategy, so convening with peers is incredibly important. Members meet three times a year to discuss challenges they’re currently facing and best practices.