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UserVoice Summit 2013
Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Join us for UserVoice Summit. The event designed just for you!
Top 3 Reasons to Summit:
- Be in the know. We are launching the next generation of customer engagement, and we’d like for you to have first access.
- Meet the team and pick their brains. They’ll help you realize even more cool benefits than you knew you had.
- Raise an eyebrow or two at the office - in a good way. We’ll show you how to demonstrate just how valuable your work with customers is.
March 21, 2013
1pm to 5pm
Join us for the after party!
511 Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA
Claire Talbott - Customer Support Rep, UserVoice - "How to get Kudos from your customers"
Riccardo Fabi - Senior Community Manager, Kabam - "Our feedback review process"
Sarah Hatter - Founder, CoSupport - "The importance of what you do"
Susan Palmer - Customer and Partner Experience Program Manager, Microsoft bing Ads - "Creating a Remarkable Customer Experience at Scale"
Nate Munger - Head of Customer Satisfaction, Launchrock - "Working UserVoice into daily team experiences"
Ching-Mei Chen - Head of Product / Co-founder, PicCollage - "Customer Engagement Pocket-Sized Edition"
Michael Schade - Support Hacker, Stripe - "Removing Bottlenecks to Providing Great Support"
Ted Choper - Head of Customer Support, UserVoice - "Actionable Data to Manage Your Support Team"
Darius Sankey - Intellectual Ventures, Sr. Director of Portfolio Strategy & UCSD, Visiting Professor - "State of the Ecosystem"
And because it's our birthday, $5 of every ticket goes to charity: water to bring clean water to people in need in honor of World Water Day.
When & Where
Launched in 2008, UserVoice is the San Francisco-based startup that empowers companies to help and understand their users, keep them happy with great support, and be even smarter about building better products. The company’s feedback forums make it easy for users to share, discuss, and vote for ideas, while its support tools enable companies to track and respond to support requests quickly and with less effort. Easy to set up and even easier to use, UserVoice can be embedded directly in websites, iPhone/iPad apps, and Facebook pages to go wherever users go. Join the more than 100,000 organizations, like Rackspace, SwiftKey, Microsoft, IGN, Zynga, and HipChat, giving their users a voice with UserVoice. Visit the UserVoice blog, and get started today for free.