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To drive and maintain high quality CX business leaders must orchestrate capabilities & skills from inside & outside the organisation.

Customer experience (CX) can make or break a business today. Its strategic value means CX is no longer the responsibility of a single role or department. The whole organisation: front, middle and back office, must be aligned to a common ‘customer’ purpose.

To achieve this, you need to take a multi-dimensional approach to how you plan, design and deliver CX. It means bringing together diverse internal and external teams that can uncover deep customer insights, re-orient business processes around those needs and quickly build dynamic applications that respond to them.

The leaders in CX will successfully integrate these different perspectives to deliver amazing experiences that drive customer loyalty and sustained growth.


Bridge the gap between CX promise and reality

Are brands living up to their customer experience promises?

We surveyed businesses and their customers to find out whether brands are meeting customer demands and delivering an experience that matters.

Read now to understand the CX gaps that exist and learn how to close them.


See how to bridge the
Customer Experience Gap
and exceed your customers' expectations

The CX50 List

This independent list was curated in collaboration with Marketing Week to introduce the top 50 thought-leaders, opinion-formers and practitioners who are creating the UK customer experience economy and excelling in their field.

The individuals were benchmarked on three key criteria—innovation, influence and impact—by an advisory board comprising editorial team members from Econsultancy, Design Week, Creative Review as well as Marketing Week.