Senior decision-makers in customer experience roles will attend the Customer Experience Exchange for Travel & Hospitality as prospective customers, looking to shorten their RFP Cycle by taking part in one-to-one private business meetings with solution providers like you. The Exchange gathers 60 senior CX executives in order to provide a number of exclusive meeting opportunities across the two days as well as numerous networking sessions and availability to take part in plenary presentations and think tanks to reach a wider audience within a unique setting. Download the prospectus to find out how your company can benefit from sponsoring the Exchange this year.
Industry disruptors are often seen as challengers to traditional organizations, but what can you learn from them to optimize 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?
The editorial team at the CX Exchange for Travel & Hospitality sat down with leaders from Accor, Three Ireland, smith+co, Saga Cruises and Jericho, to talk about CX challenges within the Travel & Hospitality space and how to best overcome them. These interviews have been collated into one insightful eBook, download your complimentary copy here.
Customer Experiences still vary greatly, both between and within businesses. Customers are still treated in a transactional way, instead of a process that actually has a lot more emotional complexity to it. Loyal customers are the key to success, and organisations are understanding more and more that the way to build loyalty is to generate an emotional and personalised experience for their customer base to ensure they truly feel valued. This can be tough, and with board buy-in tougher than ever before, it can be hard to justify spend and time on such initiatives. However, crack it now and you’ll have a competitive edge that will propel your business to success. A must read!
Our latest market report delves into the biggest trends, challenges and disruptors in the travel and hospitality industry with case studies and expert advice to help you optimise your own CX strategy
The travel and hospitality industry has seen a massive change in recent years. It’s moved from being dominated by traditional travel agents booking every aspect of a holiday for their customers, on to a wealth of choice online for consumers to tailor-make their own trip by using platforms that provide a quick overview of, for example, all accommodation options in their selected destination.
With an increasingly overwhelming choice available for consumers on these platforms, elements such as personalisation and emotional engagement have become more important than ever before. What are the biggest challenges on the journey to CX success? And how can travel and hospitality organisations stay ahead of the curve?
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With expert advice and insights from CX leaders from the likes of KLM, Disney, Los Angeles World Airports, Amtrak, Thomas Cook and many more, CX Network’s latest market report ensures you keep your finger on the pulse of customer experience in travel and hospitality.
We surveyed our network of CX leaders within banking, financial services and insurance to discover where they’re investing their budgets over the next 6-12 months. Not only did they outline their immediate investment needs but also outlined their investment interests in areas they are wanting to learn more about for future projects. This is a must read!
The customer does not care about ancillary revenue or operational processes. Regardless of what works for your business, if your day-to-day interactions with the customer do not place the customer at the forefront of your business culture, you risk losing their trust and business. And with the rise of OTAs, social media and rising weight placed on reviews and word of mouth, losing one customer can quickly become 100. When customers expect more and more from every interaction and benchmark your strategy against their best experiences across any industry, where do CX leaders begin to take control by connecting the whole customer journey?