One of the most fulfilling moments as a consultant is when we do something that makes a client go WOW!
It can be a complex piece of regression analysis – a current project is looking at how much more sports participants will spend on tickets than non-participants? – or a targeted
How much data is too much?
How do I get all my data in one place?
How do I get the rest of the company to buy-in to what we’re doing?
How do I integrate my customer’s social profiles with my CRM records?
Just a few of the many questions posed at CRM Evolution
You know great sports CRM isn’t just about email – in fact there’s a whole raft of things that formulate a
great customer experience which I’ll write about in time on the Winners website
But the fact is while sending emails may have become a little less sexy in our social, push technology
Actually that’s a misleading title – there’s no way I could personally tell you what you missed because with 35 individual events each of the two days, I didn’t get close to seeing half of it!
From the networking events (always with copious food….sometimes with cocktails and beer!) to the behind-the-scenes
This article was written for FUTURESPORT where it first appeared on 25 June 2015.
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Daniel Mclaren (@danielmclaren) of the UK Sports Network has asked us to speak at several of his digital networking and knowledge share events over the last 4 years but we’ve never managed to synchronise our schedules. Plus, in truth, we’ve always worried that his audience of digital marketers would be
OK so maybe when reading this you’ll think everyone at Winners is a data geek but we don’t mind admitting that one of our favourite discussions is the customer life cycle and what it looks like for a sports fan.
Case in point, Callum, our Data and Research Assistant, has been
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