Hey, start-ups! Did you know quality CX is about more than just price?
Over the last year, millions have made the shift to WFH. Although benefits are aplenty, a fully remote workforce has its share of problems. But did you know you can overcome all of them with a solid work from home strategy?
Our Business Development Director Marcel Stroop spoke recently at the GSA’s Festival of Sourcing, taking part alongside Paula Kennedy from Concentrix and Roger Beadle from Limitless in a virtual roundtable discussion about the future of ‘open talent’ CX. Here are some of the highlights from the conversation.
Our Business Development Director Marcel Stroop talks about how our approach to sourcing talent can offer a best-of-both-worlds approach for your business.
Subscription services have gone mainstream and we’re all aware of their benefits, but they also come with plenty of challenges. What are those challenges? And how can we use them to increase long-term value?
Customer relationships with brands have been changing since marketing’s inception. With the web now at our fingertips, consumers now know what they want from a brand. And it’s no longer just product or service, it’s also human connection.
Marketing has come a long way since Britney’s Got Milk! Ads. 20 years on, it’s everyday brand ambassadors who have the power to advance your brand.
Benjamin Schmidt is an engagement and comms lead here at 5CA. He’s played a key role in helping us establish an inclusive remote work culture, and here he talks about what he loves about a WFH culture that we think is pretty special – and why that might be.
When we started 5CA, cloud-based working was a pipe dream with potential. We knew there was scope to change the world through remote work, and 20 years on, the world has caught up. In case you were wondering when it’s the right time to set up your remote team: it’s now.
After its biggest-ever year of growth, the gaming market is now worth an estimated $165bn, with mobile gaming by far the most lucrative segment of the market, worth around $85bn.
Let’s be clear: digital retail has always been a competitive environment, but the global pandemic has seen a huge retail pivot to e-commerce as high street stores have been forced to close.