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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Maxymiser Customer Symposium Rocks London




Maxymiser UK kicked off 2011 with a fantastic event last week at Vinopolis in London. We packed in nearly 150 people from all ends of the eCommerce industry, representing companies such as American Airlines, Avis, Eurostar, Hertz, HSBC, Jimmy Choo, Kodak, Motorola, Nokia, Santander and many, many more.

Ecommerce and Marketing pros were eager to hear how our guest speakers from EasyJet, M&M Direct, KwikFit Insurance and Paddy Power are utilizing our state-of-the-art conversion optimization solutions to drive website conversion rate growth against a backdrop of austerity measures, VAT increases, and rising unemployment.

EasyJet takes attendees on a trip through conversion management best practices and strategies.

Kwik-Fit Insurance lets marketers in on their website conversion rate increases.

Attendees are keen to learn how our clients make decisions about using an enterprise solution to improve conversion rates, and how they created a culture of testing within their organization.

A great opportunity for peer to peer networking.

Wine, wine, wine! We couldn't let a trip to Vinopolis go by without taking part in a wine tasting. Yummy!


The rest of the photos from the Customer Symposium can be viewed here.


We want to sincerely thank all who came out, we had a really great time. And if you missed it, we hope to see you at a future event here in the city or around the globe.


Cheers,


Ashley Eckel

Marketing Manager

Maxymiser, Inc.



3 comments:

Alice Smith said...

I sorrow full that I could not attend this meeting, however I listened that was a great meeting to share personal thoughts.
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Simon said...

Looks like a great event!
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EasyWheels run flat tyres said...

looks like i great event! wish i had been in the country at the time this would have been a great event for making more business contacts