The Customer Room Virtual Event
MetaCX is thrilled to announce our first-ever virtual event! If you’re responsible for sales, revenue operations, customer success, or all three—listen up! This is THE must-attend event for every B2B leader managing revenue or customers.
Everyone has noticed an explosion of virtual events over the last few months, but The Customer Room is taking a different approach. All sessions are free and registration is completely flexible. No sales pitch. No bad conference food. No unbearable hotel stay in Vegas. The current state of the world has been a catalyst for creating an entirely new event experience.
The event will consist of 14 sessions (featuring 25 speakers) streamed daily from September 21st through the 25th. They will take the form of panel discussions, fireside chats, interviews, and traditional presentations. So register for what you want and forget the rest! Or, better yet, watch sessions on-demand afterwards.
While the importance of customer relationships is lost on no one in business today, many companies still struggle to put the customer first because of hardwired habits and moribund processes. This event is designed to provide inspiration for change for a community of business leaders who face a punctuated moment of fundamental change–economically, socially, and environmentally.
The Customer Room speakers include industry analysts, thought leaders, venture capitalists, and start-up experts all eager to discuss the future of buyer/supplier relationships.
The Customer Room will feature daily interludes from a creative collective of Nashville-based professional musicians who have been disrupted by COVID-19. You may recognize a few of the artists including Valerie Ponzio, Charlie Worsham, Blu Sanders, Mike Hicks, and Angaleena Presley. An honorarium has been provided to each of them.
The Customer Room will be held from September 21st through the 25th with the first session starting at 12:00pm EST and the second starting after a brief musical intermission at 1:00pm EST.
Choose to register for the entire event or select sessions—whatever works with your schedule. If you’re free to catch one (or all ten), you won’t regret it.