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Speakers have been announced for Freshworks’ AI-focused customer experience event.

Refresh:CX is taking place in Sydney on 10 August, with the event to see the industry discuss the role of AI in the future of customer experience.

Confirmed speakers:

The final agenda for the event has also been confirmed. Alongside keynotes being delivered by Mathrubootham and Malik, there will be a panel chaired by Chris Wyman, senior manager – Sales, Freshworks Australia. The panellists will share their insights into how businesses can step up their CX game with practical tips and strategies on implementing AI initiatives.

Not sure if you’re AI-ready? Save your spot at the conference to learn how the most effective solutions can be applied to solve your CX challenges and how to carry out a smart transformation to bring you long-lasting results!

Register your interest here

If you have any questions, or want to find out more, please contact anz@freshworks.com

DATE AND TIME

Friday, 10 August
8:00 am – 1:30 pm AEST

LOCATION

Doltone House – Darling Island
48 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont, NSW 2009

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