Today’s interview is with David Conway who is a senior partner and Chief Strategy Officer at Nunwood, an international customer experience consultancy focused on ‘full-service’ customer experience management (CEM). David joins me on the podcast today to talk about Nunwood’s US Customer Experience Excellence Report 2015 that they have just released, some insights into what the leading players are doing to help them stand out, some examples and what the main differences are that exist between CX in the UK and the USA.
This interview follows on from my recent interview: Scaling customer and employee trust – Interview with Peter Muhlmann of Trustpilot – and is number 140 in the series of interviews with authors and business leaders that are doing great things, helping businesses innovate and delivering great service and experience to their customers.
Highlights of my interview with David:
About David (taken from his Nunwood bio)
David is a senior partner and Chief Strategy Officer at Nunwood.
David co-manages the company’s global customer experience management practice and oversees Nunwood’s Customer Experience Excellence Centre, an on-going approach to systematically identifying global best practise.
David is a former PLC board director of N&P Building Society, Liverpool Victoria Group and The Co-operative Bank, where he was responsible for 3,500 staff charged with delivering world-class experiences to more than 6.5 million customers. He also led the design, set-up and launch of the group’s Smile brand.
David is based out of the United Kingdom, but continues to work directly with clients around the world.