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FREE MEETUP

Customer Marketing & Advocacy Meetup & Breakfast in Palo Alto

LeanData and Airtable will share best practices in building Customer Marketing & Advocacy programs from the ground-up

Event for Customer Marketers, Advocacy Managers, and Reference Managers 

Be a part of a live-and-lively discussion with Ashley Ward and Valeria Gomez on best practices and challenges of building a program from ground-up, and lessons on cross-functional alignment, storytelling, references, and community.

We’re inviting anyone with an interest in Customer Marketing, Advocacy, and Reference programs to join us for what we believe is a fantastic opportunity to play a role in shaping the future of B2B Marketing.

We’ll enjoy meeting up over breakfast with a group of passionate and customer-obsessed practitioners.

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WHERE: Wing Venture Capital, 480 Lytton Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301

Trust us, you won’t want to miss this event!
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About our speakers:

Valeria Gomez

Valeria is Customer Marketing Programs Manager at Airtable, a platform for building collaborative integrations. A black-belt in nurturing relationships with customers, partners and executives, Valeria will share lessons learned from 4 different Customer Marketing roles, in cross-functional alignment, storytelling, references, community.

Ashley Ward

Ashley is the Director of Customer Marketing at LeanData and is responsible for the development of strategic initiatives to drive growth and advocacy throughout the customer lifecycle. Her favorite part of Customer Marketing at LeanData is getting to know OpsStars who are transforming the way they work

Gal is the CEO & Co-founder of Crowdvocate, and a Customer Marketing evangelist. Leveraging his experience in B2B sales and marketing in global tech companies, such as Microsoft and running a marketing agency, Gal realized B2B marketing is broken! He envisioned a new way technology can impact B2B sustainable growth, and it starts with your customer-base 🙂