RXP and TasICT invite you to join us for the first Tapas & Technology of 2019!
This free event is designed to give industry members the opportunity to come together, share industry insights and network.
Guest speaker Douglas Nicol will lead a discussion on how emotional data is going to change business.
Over the last decade brands have invested heavily in digital experiences that have become generic and, in some cases, clinically transactional. Now conversational interfaces are changing the way we think about customer engagement. For the first time brands can be enabled with emotional data to allow them to be more empathetic, more led by how customers are feeling.
The ability to recognise, understand and respond to consumers greater emotional state changes the face of customer engagement.
We are entering the era of emotional intelligence in marketing.
In this session we break down the key drivers by looking at:
About Douglas Nicol
Douglas is a partner at The Works which is currently B&T Branding, Design and CX Agency of the Year and sits at number one in the Great Place To Work Awards for advertising agencies in Australia. The Works is part of the RXP Group, a publicly listed digital transformation consultancy. The Works counts News Corp, First State Super, Brother, Allianz, NBN and Goodman Fielder among its clients. Douglas was also ADMA Chair from 2008 to 2010.
Douglas is passionate about digital marketing and is the driving force behind the ongoing award- winning social insights Datafication project. In 2015, he delivered a TEDx talk on deceit in social media and in 2016 founded a start-up sister agency to The Works called On Message, specialising in chatbots, voice and AI. On Message has grown to be the number one chatbot developer in Australia and Gartner Cool Vendor with clients that include ING, Facebook, Fujitsu, Children’s Panadol, Sydney Opera House, Foxtel and Queensland Government. Douglas presents a monthly podcast on tech, data and innovation called Smart Dust which can be found on iTunes and Spotify.
Tickets: This is a free event, food and beverages included. RSVP is essential.
Registrations Opening Soon.