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Knowledge Management

Knowledge management (KM) provides a means of improving organisational KPIs while delivering consistently better service across all channels, thereby gaining a competitive advantage and revolutionising the human experience. An effective KM strategy enables organisations to provide exceptional end-to-end employee experiences while lowering support costs, and has the ability to make a significant impact on the bottom line.

  • In-Person Conference
  • Victoria Park Plaza, London
  • Thursday 13th October 2022
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With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data generated daily, organisations are having to handle more than ever before.

Knowledge management (KM) provides a means of centralising information to improve the overall human experience. An effective KM strategy enables organisations to provide exceptional end-to-end employee experiences while lowering costs and can have a significant impact on the bottom line.

 

As employees gain both knowledge and experience within their jobs they constantly develop and grown know-how, skills and insight about the organisation and customer problems. Good knowledge management strategies ensure that this expertise is retained by the organisation when employees leaves and is not lost forever. An effective KM strategy can also transform the learning opportunities provided to employees, offering them greater workplace satisfaction which has been shown to lead to higher outputs. Importantly, these opportunities also add to the sense of value and belonging for a more satisfied and more productive workforce.

So, if you’re interested in finding out how effective knowledge management strategies are helping organisations centralise information and improve organisational performance, then we look forward to having you join us on the 13th October.

Key facts

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ONE-DAY EVENT
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ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS
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interactive sessions
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30 case study presentations
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2 halls
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Live Event

WHAT TO EXPECT

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TOPIC STREAMS

How KM can improve the employee experience

Designing an exceptional employee experience is only possible when we understand what our employees need and want from the organisation. This stream will look at strategies relating to improving the knowledge we hold about our employees in order to design a winning employee experience strategy.

Engaging employees across the enterprise and channels

The workplace is more fragmented than ever, with colleagues needing to remain connected wherever they are. Gaining knowledge about what our employees want and need, despite their location, is key in engaging employees through their channels of choice.

Transforming digital employee data into knowledge about employees

Data is key when it comes to gaining insights about our employees. Join this stream to unlock the secrets on how to best analyse employee data.

Satisfying employee demand for excellent experience

It's a competitive environment when it comes to keeping our employees satisfied, with several organisations attracting new talent based on the experience that they can provide. Those best satisfying their employees hold the most knowledge about what they truly want, so join this stream to discover how to utilise employee knowledge to satisfy demands.

Personalising employee journeys

Truly understanding our employees allows us to personalise our messaging and offering based on their preferences, ultimately increasing engagement throughout the organisation.

Learning & Development

Learning and development is a key way of enhancing employee knowledge throughout the organisation. Join this stream to discover how best to implement employee knowledge strategies from those at the forefront of learning and development within their organisations.

What Will Knowledge Management Look Like in the Future?

As technology accelerates the pace of change, there are more opportunities than ever to improve our understanding of Knowledge Management in employee experience. This stream will look at future trends.

Cat Harris

Cat Harris

Mediabrands UK Head of Learning & Development
An L&D lifer with experience in the entertainment, insurance, tech and media sectors. Driven by supporting others, developing communities and ensuring learning & development is accessible to all. Like all of us I’ve transitioned into the hybrid working environment and needed to learn new ways of working with technology, remote delivery and a different style of engaging with audiences – it’s been a journey for sure!

My current focus is ensuring accessibility and inclusivity for all, no matter your ability, neurodivergence or disability. I head up the Neurodiverse and Disability Network and work with others to ensure all employees have access to what they need in order to succeed.

I’m also a proud working parent (who has just survived the first summer holidays!)
Rachael Birtwhistle

Rachael Birtwhistle

Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Learning, Development and Inclusion Partner
Scott Hague

Scott Hague

Hertfordshire Constabulary Learning & Insights Manager
Scott is responsible for the Voice of the Customer (VoC) strategy and platform at Hertfordshire Police. 

Scott spent 23 years in sales and marketing before joining Hertfordshire Police in 2017, as a call handler answering life threatening 999 and non-emergency 101 calls from members of the public. This provided Scott with valuable learning on front-line pressures and the working environment, which would later feed into the VoC strategy.

Pioneered and launched in 2019, Scott and his team have digitised Hertfordshire Police’s capability to capture, analyse and act upon from feedback received. 

From triggered two-way conversational SMS and localised community feedback web pages to an outreach program that has reached over 410,000 people in Hertfordshire, the VoC strategy has been heavily influenced from Scott’s private sector learning.

To date, the VoC strategy has delivered 171,000 insights across 212 feedback channels covering every customer touchpoint from callers of 999/101, victims of crime and ASB and residents. 

The VoC programme has helped to shape how local policing priorities are set from public feedback along with several new services being launched, such as real-time SMS updates when police attend an incident or when a call has been passed to another team for review. 
Nick King

Nick King

AutoTrader Insights Director
A consumer psychologist and expert in digital media and marketing, possessing the experience to analyse and interpret trends in consumer adoption of technology and develop strategies for customer acquisition and retention through digital and offline channels.  

Nick joined Auto Trader in January 2007 running Business Intelligence and in 2010 built the retailer insight team running master classes and webinars.  He also makes short films to evangelise about data and Insight and speaks regularly at conferences in Europe, Canada and North America.

Nick is also a visiting lecturer  in consumer psychology at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. 

After graduating from Loughborough in 1986 , Nick spent years in advertising and planning at Dorlands and Lintas, was a guitarist with Great Northern Electrics, a publisher on HiFi magazines at Petersen/EMAP and a research Director at Media agency Carat/Difiniti  responsible for a team of researchers advising a range of Blue-chip clients  on the development of their marketing and communications strategies in the Digital arena.
Victoria Duxbury

Victoria Duxbury

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP Associate Director, Knowledge Development LawyerSCOTT

After a decade at the real estate transactional coalface Victoria transitioned to a knowledge development role having nurtured a particular interest in legal innovation, process, accessibility, strategy and communications. She now leads the core real estate knowledge development team at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. Victoria comments: “As one of the world’s leading real estate practices, the wealth of real estate legal, commercial and market knowledge at BCLP is staggering – my team’s job is to nurture that and to ensure that it is accessible to all of our lawyers and all of our clients. A key part of what we do is about embracing cutting edge technology and outside the box process. In addition to selecting and imbedding new technology within the firm we have a keen eye on the wider Proptech world and the opportunities that presents for our clients. We feel that we have an important role to play in shaping not just real estate law but the future of the real estate sector”.

BCLP’s market-leading real estate practice combines key sector knowledge, unparalleled technical ability and a commercial focus, which ensures clients receive the best possible support and guidance. They are consistently ranked number one by the legal directories across all of real estate disciplines and their lawyers are recognised as experts in their fields. International capabilities mean that they are well-placed to advise clients from a number of jurisdictions. With over 60 partners and 300 lawyers, their dedicated real estate team has the resources and expertise to meet the requirements of their international client base.

Abdul Khaled

Abdul Khaled

E.ON Head of Digital Customer Experience
Abdul leads the digital and customer experience function at E.ON’s new challenger brand in the UK – E.ON Next. With extensive digital experience, Abdul has been involved in leading digital strategy, transformation and growth at global brands, most recently with Cisco and Subway, as well as driving innovation at several start-ups both nationally and internationally. At E.ON Next Abdul is currently building a new digital-first product and CX team tasked with disrupting and revolutionising the energy space. His focus is on high performance, innovative ways of working and culture building. He regularly shares his expertise through webinars, conferences and thought leadership pieces as well as coaching upcoming digital leaders.
Alex Pierre-Traves

Alex Pierre-Traves

Fidelity International Head of Email Marketing

Alex Pierre-Traves has nearly 20 years of marketing/advertising experience from TV to print and digital.  Alex had his start in advertising at a Y&R network agency in the late 1990s and has worked both agency and brand-side throughout his career. He has worked for a broad range of firms including KPMG, McDonald’s, Shell, GSK, Virgin Atlantic, and Visa. Describing himself as a T-shaped marketer, Alex’s specialty area is CRM marketing, in which he has over seven years’ experience. He is currently the head of email marketing at a global financial services company.

 

Alex has his B.A. International Studies from Loyola University Chicago, M.A. British and EU Politics from London Metropolitan University and LL.B. from The College of Law (London). 

Sarah Andrews

Sarah Andrews

Treatwell Senior CRM Manager
Scott Parker

Scott Parker

Sinequa Product Marketing Director
Scott Parker is the Product Marketing Director at Sinequa. Scott believes that using modern technology to connect individual workers to the collective knowledge and expertise of an organization in order to do their jobs more effectively drastically improves the overall performance of the entire organization. Scott holds a graduate degree in Software
Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and has worked in a variety of roles at companies including Bloomberg Industry Group, IBM Watson and NetBase before joining
Sinequa.
Steve Kennedy

Steve Kennedy

eGain Director of Solutions
Stephen Kennedy heads the EMEA solutions team for eGain.  Working with eGain’s customers and prospects, he helps clients understand the benefits that can be obtained with a successful eGain implementation. Stephen started his career with Sterling Software where he managed the Northern European support centre. Using effective knowledge during his tenure at Sterling software, he moved into a Pre-Sales role, working with prospects and customers to achieve some of the results he attained. For the last 20+ years, Stephen has been involved in many aspects of the implementation of successful Customer Service environments and ensuring that customers attain the expected benefits
08:55-09:00 HOST WELCOME
Speaker:

Martin Hill-Wilson
Martin Hill-Wilson
Brainfood Consulting
Founder
I'm a customer engagement and digital business strategist. Also an author and international keynote speaker. Working under my own brand, Brainfood Consulting, I design masterclasses and transformational change helping clients evolve their social and digital capabilities. Current topics include omni-channel design, proactive, low effort customer experience, social customer service and customer hubs. All themed around service innovation.
09:00-09:30 The Importance of Customer Relationship Management in Knowledge Management: A Fireside Chat with Alex Pierre-Traves, Head of CRM at Fidelity International

Crucial to enhancing the knowledge we hold about our customers is the way we store customer data. Join this fireside chat to discover how Fidelity International are transforming their CRM operations in order to enhance the overall customer experience through the knowledge we hold.

Speaker:

Alex Pierre-Traves
Alex Pierre-Traves
Fidelity International
Head of Email Marketing

Alex Pierre-Traves has nearly 20 years of marketing/advertising experience from TV to print and digital.  Alex had his start in advertising at a Y&R network agency in the late 1990s and has worked both agency and brand-side throughout his career. He has worked for a broad range of firms including KPMG, McDonald’s, Shell, GSK, Virgin Atlantic, and Visa. Describing himself as a T-shaped marketer, Alex’s specialty area is CRM marketing, in which he has over seven years’ experience. He is currently the head of email marketing at a global financial services company.

 

Alex has his B.A. International Studies from Loyola University Chicago, M.A. British and EU Politics from London Metropolitan University and LL.B. from The College of Law (London). 

09:30-10:00 KNOWLEDGE HUB: THE MISSING INGREDIENT IN DIGITAL CX AND EX TRANSFORMATION

When the pandemic hit, many organizations rushed to add digital channels for customer engagement. However, the more touchpoints they added, the more their CSAT dove, stymieing their digital transformation initiatives. The reason? Ignoring knowledge management, according to leading analysts. They are recommending KM as the #1 technology to improve CX, EX (employee experience), and operating performance in 2022. However, legacy KM has failed to deliver the goods. You need it to modernize knowledge with a hub for success in the digital era.

Some Fortune 500 leaders are already doing it for transformational results.

Speaker:

Steve Kennedy
Steve Kennedy
eGain
Director of Solutions
Stephen Kennedy heads the EMEA solutions team for eGain.  Working with eGain’s customers and prospects, he helps clients understand the benefits that can be obtained with a successful eGain implementation. Stephen started his career with Sterling Software where he managed the Northern European support centre. Using effective knowledge during his tenure at Sterling software, he moved into a Pre-Sales role, working with prospects and customers to achieve some of the results he attained. For the last 20+ years, Stephen has been involved in many aspects of the implementation of successful Customer Service environments and ensuring that customers attain the expected benefits
10:00-10:30 E.ON Case Study: Using Knowledge Management to Drive a Customer Success Culture

How do you deliver exceptional customer experiences, consistently and efficiently? Well, it all starts with the type of culture you foster at your organisation.

In this keynote, you will learn the practical steps and building blocks used by E.ON Next to disrupt an outdated and out of touch industry, using the Digital Customer Success Framework, which focuses on organisational design, a knowledge management system, a customer-centric operating model and a high performance culture.

To kick-off the knowledge management conference, this keynote will show real case studies of how E.ON Next used a very unique knowledge management system to craft targeted customer experiences and rapidly adapt to ever evolving customer needs and priorities.

Speaker:

Abdul Khaled
Abdul Khaled
E.ON
Head of Digital Customer Experience
Abdul leads the digital and customer experience function at E.ON’s new challenger brand in the UK – E.ON Next. With extensive digital experience, Abdul has been involved in leading digital strategy, transformation and growth at global brands, most recently with Cisco and Subway, as well as driving innovation at several start-ups both nationally and internationally. At E.ON Next Abdul is currently building a new digital-first product and CX team tasked with disrupting and revolutionising the energy space. His focus is on high performance, innovative ways of working and culture building. He regularly shares his expertise through webinars, conferences and thought leadership pieces as well as coaching upcoming digital leaders.
10:30-11:00 COFFEE & NETWORKING
Stream: Increasing Engagement Across Different Channels
11:00-11:20 Treatwell Case Study: Revamping our CRM to Improve the Customer Journey

Over the last year, Treatwell have changed the way their CRM operates, and they're seeing huge success when it comes to segmenting customer data and improving the overall customer journey. 

Speaker:

Sarah Andrews
Sarah Andrews
Treatwell
Senior CRM Manager
11:20-11:50 Retain and Deliver Knowledge across the Enterprise despite the Great Resignation

The Great Resignation is affecting organizations in many ways, including critical knowledge loss. As employees leave, much of their expertise leaves with them, resulting in knowledge gaps. Meanwhile, current employees don’t have the resources or past knowledge to do their best work and perform at the top of their profession. It becomes a vicious circle: as more employees become frustrated, more leave, and less knowledge is shared and so more frustration ensues.

Organizations face a chasm in what information is available and how to best deliver it to employees. IT professionals and business users tend to see these needs as different; although, both agree that having advanced search capabilities is crucial to the organization’s survival.

This presentation will address why search matters to four critical stakeholders:


• IT Professionals see the importance of advanced search across the enterprise;
• Business leaders see insights turn into the positive organizational impact of intelligent search;
• KM leaders learn what to consider when pursuing an intelligent search solution; and
• End-user employees become excited by the latest advancements in relevance by using neural search to work at the top of their game.

Speaker:

Scott Parker
Scott Parker
Sinequa
Product Marketing Director
Scott Parker is the Product Marketing Director at Sinequa. Scott believes that using modern technology to connect individual workers to the collective knowledge and expertise of an organization in order to do their jobs more effectively drastically improves the overall performance of the entire organization. Scott holds a graduate degree in Software
Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and has worked in a variety of roles at companies including Bloomberg Industry Group, IBM Watson and NetBase before joining
Sinequa.
11:50-12:10 Fireside Chat with Pete Evia-Rhodes, Head of Customer Engagement at Simplyhealth
Speaker:

Pete Evia Rhodes
Pete Evia Rhodes
Simply Health
Head of Customer Engagement

Pete is a true customer champion, using insight with innovation to help successfully develop customer centric propositions. These have included BT Mobile, A.I led content recommendations at The Times, alongside award winning contact centres. He's currently Head of Customer Engagement at Simplyhealth, leading their omni-channel CRM Strategy & MarTech evolution. Additionally Pete's key noted at Engage, INMA, and CCW. He's been published in the Chartered Institute of Marketing, as well as The Harvard Business Review. Recognised by Customer Experience Magazine as one of the top 50 most influential professionals in customer experience.

12:10-12:30 Internal and External Benefits of Knowledge Management: A Fireside Chat with Victoria Duxbury, Knowledge Management Director at BCLP Law
Speaker:

Victoria Duxbury
Victoria Duxbury
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Associate Director, Knowledge Development LawyerSCOTT

After a decade at the real estate transactional coalface Victoria transitioned to a knowledge development role having nurtured a particular interest in legal innovation, process, accessibility, strategy and communications. She now leads the core real estate knowledge development team at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. Victoria comments: “As one of the world’s leading real estate practices, the wealth of real estate legal, commercial and market knowledge at BCLP is staggering – my team’s job is to nurture that and to ensure that it is accessible to all of our lawyers and all of our clients. A key part of what we do is about embracing cutting edge technology and outside the box process. In addition to selecting and imbedding new technology within the firm we have a keen eye on the wider Proptech world and the opportunities that presents for our clients. We feel that we have an important role to play in shaping not just real estate law but the future of the real estate sector”.

BCLP’s market-leading real estate practice combines key sector knowledge, unparalleled technical ability and a commercial focus, which ensures clients receive the best possible support and guidance. They are consistently ranked number one by the legal directories across all of real estate disciplines and their lawyers are recognised as experts in their fields. International capabilities mean that they are well-placed to advise clients from a number of jurisdictions. With over 60 partners and 300 lawyers, their dedicated real estate team has the resources and expertise to meet the requirements of their international client base.

12:30-13:00 The Age of Knowledge: How you can lay the Foundation of the Future of Work and Customer Engagement with Knowledge Automation

We are rapidly moving into the next phase of the information age - the age of knowledge! We will showcase companies that have realized this already and show you why having an integrated data, knowledge and AI strategy is a competitive advantage for you.

Investing in the right knowledge architecture that can better support AI initiatives is critical to maximize technology investments, improve employee productivity and increase the engagement of your customers. Knowledge Infrastructure converts information into the bite sized answers that your customers are looking for and that both humans and machines need to operate effectively in the modern workplace and to provide the best customer experience ever.

Learn why investing in Knowledge Infrastructure is the most valuable investment that you can make to prepare your organization for the future - the age of knowledge!

13:00-14:00 Lunch & Networking
Stream: Enhancing Knowledge Within the Organisation
14:00-14:20 Creating a Successful L&D Strategy to Enhance Knowledge: A Fireside Chat with Cat Harris, Head of Learning & Development at Mediabrands UK

Crucial to Knowledge Management strategies is ensuring that our people have access to relevant programmes to allow them to learn and develop. Join our exclusive interview with Cat, where you'll discover:

  • How Learning and Development has evolved over the past few years
  • How the pandemic has impacted the culture of L&D
  • What organisations should be focusing on when it comes to helping their people learn and develop
  • Advice on how to set up a L&D strategy/team
Speaker:

Cat Harris
Cat Harris
Mediabrands UK
Head of Learning & Development
An L&D lifer with experience in the entertainment, insurance, tech and media sectors. Driven by supporting others, developing communities and ensuring learning & development is accessible to all. Like all of us I’ve transitioned into the hybrid working environment and needed to learn new ways of working with technology, remote delivery and a different style of engaging with audiences – it’s been a journey for sure!

My current focus is ensuring accessibility and inclusivity for all, no matter your ability, neurodivergence or disability. I head up the Neurodiverse and Disability Network and work with others to ensure all employees have access to what they need in order to succeed.

I’m also a proud working parent (who has just survived the first summer holidays!)
14:20-14:40 Charlotte Tilbury Case Study: People Centred: Leadership & Culture

At Charlotte Tilbury, even though internal, employees are treated as key customers, and it is important to us to create a seamless experience for them.

In this presentation we will discuss why nurturing and developing our dreams teams is at the heart of everything we do. We look at how we immerse them into the world of the brand, and our support from contract signing right through to their continuous personal and professional development.

Onboarding is just one of our initial mechanisms to do so but we have several programmes and opportunities in place to nurture our fabulous internal talent and our most exciting passion project soon to be launched, is our Manager Development Experience forming phase 2 of our Confidence Curriculum, which I will be excited to talk to you about.

Everything we offer to our dream teams at Charlotte Tilbury is always delivered through an inclusivity lens which is aligned to our overarching purpose, to ensure that everyone, everywhere feels the most beautiful and confident version themselves.

Speaker:

Rachael Birtwhistle
Rachael Birtwhistle
Charlotte Tilbury Beauty
Learning, Development and Inclusion Partner
Stream: The Importance of Customer Relationships
14:40-15:00 How We Turned Digital Data Into Customer Knowledge: A Fireside Chat with Scott Hague, Learning & Insights Manager at Hertsfordshire Constabulary

Engage Awards finalist status doesn't come easy, but the work that Scott and his team have done to utilise customer insight in order to truly deliver what their customers want has led to them becoming finalists in the 2022 Engage Awards. Join this session to discover exactly how Hertfordshire Constabulary fully met their callers' needs through knowledge management.

Speaker:

Scott Hague
Scott Hague
Hertfordshire Constabulary
Learning & Insights Manager
Scott is responsible for the Voice of the Customer (VoC) strategy and platform at Hertfordshire Police. 

Scott spent 23 years in sales and marketing before joining Hertfordshire Police in 2017, as a call handler answering life threatening 999 and non-emergency 101 calls from members of the public. This provided Scott with valuable learning on front-line pressures and the working environment, which would later feed into the VoC strategy.

Pioneered and launched in 2019, Scott and his team have digitised Hertfordshire Police’s capability to capture, analyse and act upon from feedback received. 

From triggered two-way conversational SMS and localised community feedback web pages to an outreach program that has reached over 410,000 people in Hertfordshire, the VoC strategy has been heavily influenced from Scott’s private sector learning.

To date, the VoC strategy has delivered 171,000 insights across 212 feedback channels covering every customer touchpoint from callers of 999/101, victims of crime and ASB and residents. 

The VoC programme has helped to shape how local policing priorities are set from public feedback along with several new services being launched, such as real-time SMS updates when police attend an incident or when a call has been passed to another team for review. 
15:00-15:20 AutoTrader Case Study: Personalising the customer journey with Data and Insight

Car buying buying is not a linear process or journey but a series of jobs one has to complete.

Our new research establishes a series of jobs that must be accomplished by all buyers before they make their purchase. And these are varied and complicated. Creating pain points. If we can understand these pain points and help eradicate them before they visit the retailer, car buyers said they would buy more cars more often. I’ll examine these and learn how we can all make life easier for the car buyers, and hence sell more cars.

Join Nick to learn how one can alleviate these pain points with Data and Insight. These are real life example he has used for the automotive industry but ones that can be adopted by any other industry.

Speaker:

Nick King
Nick King
AutoTrader
Insights Director
A consumer psychologist and expert in digital media and marketing, possessing the experience to analyse and interpret trends in consumer adoption of technology and develop strategies for customer acquisition and retention through digital and offline channels.  

Nick joined Auto Trader in January 2007 running Business Intelligence and in 2010 built the retailer insight team running master classes and webinars.  He also makes short films to evangelise about data and Insight and speaks regularly at conferences in Europe, Canada and North America.

Nick is also a visiting lecturer  in consumer psychology at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. 

After graduating from Loughborough in 1986 , Nick spent years in advertising and planning at Dorlands and Lintas, was a guitarist with Great Northern Electrics, a publisher on HiFi magazines at Petersen/EMAP and a research Director at Media agency Carat/Difiniti  responsible for a team of researchers advising a range of Blue-chip clients  on the development of their marketing and communications strategies in the Digital arena.
15:40-16:10 Coffee & Networking
16:10-16:45 Panel Discussion: Engaging Colleagues and Customers through Knowledge Across Different Channels

Join our panel to discover how our experts are achieving success with colleague and customer experience through knowledge management strategies that span different channels. One of the key aspects of a successful engagement strategy is that it flows seamlessly no matter which channel a colleague/customer uses, so join this panel to discover how our experts are achieving success.

Speakers:

Abdul Khaled
Abdul Khaled
E.ON
Head of Digital Customer Experience
Abdul leads the digital and customer experience function at E.ON’s new challenger brand in the UK – E.ON Next. With extensive digital experience, Abdul has been involved in leading digital strategy, transformation and growth at global brands, most recently with Cisco and Subway, as well as driving innovation at several start-ups both nationally and internationally. At E.ON Next Abdul is currently building a new digital-first product and CX team tasked with disrupting and revolutionising the energy space. His focus is on high performance, innovative ways of working and culture building. He regularly shares his expertise through webinars, conferences and thought leadership pieces as well as coaching upcoming digital leaders.
Nick King
Nick King
AutoTrader
Insights Director
A consumer psychologist and expert in digital media and marketing, possessing the experience to analyse and interpret trends in consumer adoption of technology and develop strategies for customer acquisition and retention through digital and offline channels.  

Nick joined Auto Trader in January 2007 running Business Intelligence and in 2010 built the retailer insight team running master classes and webinars.  He also makes short films to evangelise about data and Insight and speaks regularly at conferences in Europe, Canada and North America.

Nick is also a visiting lecturer  in consumer psychology at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. 

After graduating from Loughborough in 1986 , Nick spent years in advertising and planning at Dorlands and Lintas, was a guitarist with Great Northern Electrics, a publisher on HiFi magazines at Petersen/EMAP and a research Director at Media agency Carat/Difiniti  responsible for a team of researchers advising a range of Blue-chip clients  on the development of their marketing and communications strategies in the Digital arena.
Scott Hague
Scott Hague
Hertfordshire Constabulary
Learning & Insights Manager
Scott is responsible for the Voice of the Customer (VoC) strategy and platform at Hertfordshire Police. 

Scott spent 23 years in sales and marketing before joining Hertfordshire Police in 2017, as a call handler answering life threatening 999 and non-emergency 101 calls from members of the public. This provided Scott with valuable learning on front-line pressures and the working environment, which would later feed into the VoC strategy.

Pioneered and launched in 2019, Scott and his team have digitised Hertfordshire Police’s capability to capture, analyse and act upon from feedback received. 

From triggered two-way conversational SMS and localised community feedback web pages to an outreach program that has reached over 410,000 people in Hertfordshire, the VoC strategy has been heavily influenced from Scott’s private sector learning.

To date, the VoC strategy has delivered 171,000 insights across 212 feedback channels covering every customer touchpoint from callers of 999/101, victims of crime and ASB and residents. 

The VoC programme has helped to shape how local policing priorities are set from public feedback along with several new services being launched, such as real-time SMS updates when police attend an incident or when a call has been passed to another team for review. 
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