Conference

22 - 23 November 2022

Call & Contact Center Expo

Returning to London's ExCeL on 22-23 November 2022, this is your chance to reconnect with thousands of customer engagement professionals and industry leading suppliers.
22 - 23 November 2022
09:00 GMT
ExCel London
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Ricardo Herreros-SymonsVP Corporate Development & Partnerships
This is the place to be if you're looking to reconnect with the customer engagement world!

Returning to London's ExCeL on 22-23 November 2022, this is your chance to reconnect with thousands of customer engagement professionals and industry leading suppliers.

The Call & Contact Center Expo showcases the latest and most effective technologies, strategies and advancements to call and contact center professionals and those in IT, general management, HR, marketing and operations who are looking to excel in customer engagement.  Discover the latest trends shaping the future of call and contact centers in our unique educational programme with expert seminars and panel debates, live demos of the latest technology, as well as industry leading companies equipped with the industry’s finest solution led products and services.

Europe’s most proactive customer experience and engagement professionals will get together to find the tips, techniques, innovations and strategies they need to transform themselves and their companies.

We can't wait to attend this one, so make sure you book in a meeting with us today!

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