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IQPC Exchange Sponsorship Inventory Pack

IQPC Exchange Sponsorship Inventory Pack

The IQPC Exchange Sponsorship Inventory Pack is a simple and informative guide to the opportunities available across the Exchange event portfolio. Whether you are keen to explore how we can help you generate new business or how you can increase brand awareness; download your pack today and find out how our tailored event packages can ensure your brand is in front of new customers and ahead of your competitors.
Download the 2018 Agenda

Download the 2018 Agenda


Download the draft agenda for the 2018 CX Travel and Hospitality Exchange. Key themes of discussion will include:

  • Providing personalised, seamless travel experiences in 2018 and beyond
  • Embracing the digital revolution with AI, self-service and emerging technologies to provide for your future customer
  • Creating unified experiences across all channels in an omnichannel environment
  • Transforming your company culture and brand to design winning customer experience
  • How to create a more engaging customer loyalty program
  • Crafting an end-to-end customer experience by leveraging data-lead analytics and many more

      

Download the 2018 Sponsorship Information Pack

Download the 2018 Sponsorship Information Pack

Find out which budget-holding VPs/Directors of Customer Experience you will meet and what solutions they are looking to invest in by downloading the sponsorship information pack!

Download the 2016 Speaker Facts

Download the 2016 Speaker Facts

Find out more about our executive speaker panel and what hot topics they will be discussing!

Case Study: How airbnb’s customer experience disrupts travel & hospitality

Case Study: How airbnb’s customer experience disrupts travel & hospitality

Industry disruptors are often seen as challengers to traditional organisations, but what can you learn from them to optimise your own CX strategy?

Airbnb has been cited by industry leaders as a disruptor within travel and hospitality. Not

only that, but their differentiated approach to customer experience impacts other verticals

too. What makes this relatively new business stand out so much in the market? And how

can customer experience leaders learn from that model to adapt their own?