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Peter Wilson - Upstream Works Ltd. Toronto, ON, CA

Peter Wilson Peter Wilson

Partner Enablement Analyst | Upstream Works Ltd

Toronto, ON, CANADA

Professional speaker and presenter.

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Biography

I am an experienced and entertaining speaker, focussed on engaging with audiences; having delivered well-received conference speeches in South Africa, Dubai and across Europe. I cover subjects such as Customer Experience, Engagement and personal motivation. I have spent over 15 years in the Customer Experience field and worked with many large multi-national corporates to help deliver customer engagement strategies. I am on the Board of Directors for a Non Profit Organisation where I am responsible for Strategic Development

Industry Expertise (1)

Consumer Services

Areas of Expertise (5)

Customer Experience

Customer Engagement

Strategy

Employee Engagement

Motivation and Empowerment

Education (1)

Roade Sports College: n/a, General Education 1982

Affiliations (2)

  • Professional Speaker Association
  • Institute of Directors

Languages (1)

  • English

Event Appearances (3)

Customer Experience Exchange

IQPC Customer Experience Exchange  Amsterdam

2015-11-10

The Infinite Customer Journey

International Avaya User Group  Pretoria, South Africa

2015-08-24

Customer Engagement Strategies

Partner Summit  Barcelona

2015-06-01

Sample Talks (2)

The Infinite Customer Journey

Examining the journeys customers take when purchasing products or services, the decisions they take and why. This talk gives an insight into customer behaviours and how, with understanding, this can be utilised to improve the customer experience and lifetime​ value of the customer.

Customer Engagement Strategies

Here we investigate the strategies required to address the needs of customers from all demographics. Do the Millenials or "Y" gens really want different things? What's next? The coining of the phrase "the iGens" opens a whole new discussion on the strategy required for customer engagement in the next half decade. How do businesses plan for it?

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Availability

  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Host/MC
  • Corporate Training

Fees

500 to 2000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee

Articles (4)

Do Some of Your Customers Just Want aster Horses? LinkedIn

2015-11-10

Is The Customer Always Right?


Henry Ford was famously quoted as saying “If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have simply said faster horses” So, how does that resonate today: in a world where customer experience is king, customer satisfaction is the driving force behind decision making, and the ubiquity of the Internet through mobile devices makes interaction possible anywhere (almost!) In fact Google says there are now more searches on its search engine via mobile than on desktops.​

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Speech Analytics: After the Honeymoon Period LinkedIn

2015-10-11

Speech Analytics technologies have been hailed as the greatest thing to hit the contact centre since the ACD; and whilst most organizations that implement speech analytics see an initial benefit, the truth is most see a drop off in “value” after the initial fervour and excitement, thus,​ they cease to use it or at best it is consigned to deliver abject mediocrity with little value and the practitioners or analysts desperately trying to justify their continued existence.

So why is it that this “panacea” to the ills of customer service is falling so short of expectations?

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Jumping through Digital Hoops to Understand the Audience of 2020 Digital Marketing Magazine

2015-12-14

It’s a fiercely competitive market for brands to compete in what management consultancy firm McKinsey, amongst others, have labelled ‘an era of Digital Darwinism’. The report examined how the pathway for consumer journeys is steadily becoming more digitised, with the number of digital touchpoints increasing by 20 percent every year. What hoops do organisations need to jump through in order to meet the changing demands of a younger, digitally oriented consumer?

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How to adapt fast to the digital-oriented mindset of younger customers Information Age

2016-04-19

It’s a fiercely competitive market for brands to compete in what management consultancy firm McKinsey, amongst others, have labelled ‘an era of Digital Darwinism’.

The report examined how the pathway for consumer journeys is steadily becoming more digitised, with the number of digital touchpoints increasing by 20% every year. What hoops do organisations need to jump through in order to meet the changing demands of a younger, digitally oriented consumer?

It may be hard to picture how the world around us might evolve, but adapting to digital trends, innovation and changing consumer behaviour will be critical for brands to survive and thrive in the second half of this decade.

- See more at: http://www.information-age.com/technology/applications-and-development/123461300/how-adapt-fast-digital-oriented-mindset-younger-customers#sthash.QxtZOJcC.dpuf

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