On heels of successful NYC relaunch, VIP events for customer care, marketing, and sales leaders resume internationally to meet demand for Conversational AI-led experiences
NEW YORK, June 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- LivePerson (NASDAQ: LPSN), a global leader in Conversational AI, today announced the return of its signature in-person Executive Community events in the EMEA region with its first event to be held on June 16 in London. These international meetings bring VIPs together from the world's top brands to learn how their peers in customer care, marketing, and sales work with LivePerson to transform customer experience through Conversational AI.
The newly announced EMEA event follows LivePerson's highly successful return to in-person gatherings in its hometown of New York City. The NYC meeting marked LivePerson's first large-scale in-person event since early 2020. Close to 100 executives attended from many of the leading consumer brands in North America. Several of LivePerson's healthcare, retail, software, and travel and hospitality customers presented their successes leveraging the company's technology across a range of powerful use cases.
"Our New York City gathering demonstrated the incredible demand for insights and education around the transformative power of Conversational AI. We're excited to resume these marquee events, which are proven differentiators that drive meaningful deal flow for our business by bringing the possibilities of AI to life through our top customers' success stories," said Rob LoCascio, founder and CEO of LivePerson. "We're extremely grateful to our team and customer speakers who delivered an exceptional experience befitting our storied Executive Community."
In EMEA, LivePerson will host its return to in-person events in London on Thursday, June 16. The London Executive Community event will feature VIP speakers from EMEA's top financial, retail, telco, travel and hospitality, and other brands. Attendees will receive a behind-the-scenes look at how LivePerson customers tackled challenging business environments and came out ahead of their expectations by harnessing AI made in and for the contact center.
The London event will continue the tradition of bespoke experiences that have made a name for the Executive Community: exclusive presentations from world-class brands, small-group tech masterclasses, deluxe dining experiences, private networking receptions, and more. All LivePerson events adhere to local COVID-19 guidelines.
"Both current and prospective customer brands join our Executive Community for a private, exclusive peek behind the curtain, not only in terms of what our technology can do but also to understand how we build a culture of co-innovation, trust, and connection with them and their end-consumers," said LoCascio.
Customer care, marketing, IT, and sales leaders interested in LivePerson programming can learn more at LivePerson's Peer Exchange website.
About LivePerson, Inc.
LivePerson (NASDAQ: LPSN) is a leading Conversational AI company creating digital experiences that are Curiously Human. Every person is unique, and our technology makes it possible for companies to treat their audiences that way at scale. Our customers, including leading brands like HSBC, Orange, and GM Financial, can now meet consumers where they are across social media, messaging, email, voice, and more. Nearly a billion conversational interactions are powered by our Conversational Cloud each month. Out of that comes a uniquely rich data set for AI for brands to build connections that are anything but artificial. Fast Company named us the #1 Most Innovative AI Company in the world. To talk with us or our Conversational AI, please visit liveperson.com.
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