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    It's now only 36 days until this year's Cx Congress - the veterinary sector's customer experience event of the year! Bigger and better than ever, this year the congress features three CPD streams: Equine, Pet and Leadership. With three sessions in each stream, whether you work in an equine or small animal practice, manage a team or work within one, engaging expert speakers will share practical tips and tools to help you deliver the best customer experience for your clients.

    Delegates attending all three streams will also hear two customer experience specialists from outside the field of animal care: Fred Sirieix, Maître d' on Channel 4's First Dates and General Manager at Galvin at Windows on Park Lane; and Dr Elizabeth Stokoe, Professor of Social Interaction at Loughborough University.

    When: Saturday 17th June 2017
    Where: East Midlands Conference Centre
    Who: Anyone involved in customer care – reception teams, nurses, managers and vets
    Why: The Customer Experience Matters!


    Tickets are still available, starting from just £185 and including - hot and cold two-course buffet, tea and coffee breaks through the day, congress bag, workbook and CPD certificate.

    Single Ticket £185 + VAT
    Pair of Tickets £365 + VAT
    Three Tickets £495 + VAT
    Practice Pack (4 Tickets) £595 + VAT

    Feedback from delegates in previous years has been fantastic and many of last year's attendees have booked to come back again - if you haven't got your ticket yet for the customer experience event of the year, don't delay, book today at http://cxclub.care/cx-congress

    For more information on Cx Congress, or the associated Cxclub, please contact Sophie or Jane on: 01476 565 343 or email hello@cxclub.care
    www.cxclub.care

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