Join Business Insider, Forbes, Natori, and Steinway & Sons for the Retentionomics Exec Forum in NYC
By Elizabeth Trombino | May 17, 2016
Did you know that only 15% of companies are able to tie the calculation of customer lifetime value to revenue and growth? Nearly 50% of all companies also cite that the lack of a consistent cross-channel experience as an impediment to loyalty.
For the first time, Sailthru, in partnership with Forbes, will reveal the results from a global study of media and retail executives with Bruce Rogers, Chief Insights Officer and Head of the CMO Practice of Forbes, at our executive forum Retentionomics: Driving Breakthrough Growth.
Join Sailthru, Forbes, as well as our panelists Darren Marshall of Steinway & Sons, Ken Natori of Natori Company and Andrew Sollinger of Business Insider for an intimate panel and networking breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th at 8AM at the Eventi Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.
By joining us at the event you will:
- Be the first to discover groundbreaking research from Forbes Insights and Sailthru
- Hear from Business Insider, Forbes, The Natori Company, and Steinway & Sons on what strategies they use to drive success
- Network with your peers from brands like Boxed, Conde Nast, Ferrari and more!
- Receive best practice guidance on how to drive breakthrough growth with customer retention efforts
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