Customer Success Networking at Pulse with Harry Mack

 Our team hosted one of the most packed events at Pulse 2017.

Did the concept of customer success exist in the 1990s? Some may say the roots of customer success are firmly planted in this decade with the rise of the subscription economy, but that won’t stop customer success professionals from partying like it’s 1999 at the Pulse Parliament Party!

On May 9th, thousands will gather in Oakland, California for a throwback ‘90s themed Pulse 2017. As a veteran of the annual event, I am certain it will be another memorable adventure for anyone interested in learning how to build a team, how to break into customer success, and how to improve the customer experience.

I am excited to be part of the team who is joining this “high-waisted ripped jeans” themed event to host an evening that you won’t forget, along with Oracle Marketing Cloud, WalkMe, SuccessHacker, and MindTouch. Harry Mack, an up-and-coming musical artist, will be flying in from LA to entertain the crowd with his Customer Success ‘jiggys’, as Will Smith would say back in the 90’s.

You can join in by registering here.

This event will be a great opportunity to network with leaders in the customer success industry while enjoying some “off the easy” libations and “dope” appies. We can’t wait to see you at this unique post-conference event, Tuesday, May 9th, in Oakland, CA.

P.S. Be sure to show up early right after day one of Pulse and wear your best ’90s gear!

P.S.S. If you don’t know what all the words mean in this blog, you probably weren’t around in the ‘90s…


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