SAN FRANCISCO – March 18, 2015 – Lithium Technologies today announced the LiNC 2015 agenda with mainstage keynotes from Salman Khan, Educator, Entrepreneur and Founder of Khan Academy and Nate Elliott, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research. Industry-leading digital executives from Comcast and Telstra will also take the stage to share the digital strategies that are driving their business success. The conference will kick off with Lithium Technologies President and CEO Rob Tarkoff, who will address his thoughts on how enterprises are (or should be) responding to customers’ extreme expectations and sharing ideas on what he sees as emerging best practices for businesses in this new consumer era.
LiNC 2015 is the premier annual conference focused on the digital customer experience that will:
“We tapped Sal and Nate to join us this year because each of them understands the power of digital disruption and the strength of community. In their respective fields, they have both shown how disruption and challenging the status-quo can lead to success,” said Katy Keim, Chief Marketing Officer at Lithium Technologies. “This three-day conference is a must for all executives who are looking to be the innovation leaders and digital disrupters for their organizations.”
The conference will also highlight key examples of how global brands are reinventing the way they connect and engage with their customers to meet extreme expectations. Additionally, LiNC 2015 will feature:
To register for LiNC 2015 and for more information on this year's conference, please visit: http://www.lithium.com/conference/linc2015/
Lithium builds trusted relationships between the world’s best brands and their customers, helping people get answers and share their experiences. Customers in more than 34 countries rely on Lithium to help them connect, engage, and understand their total community. With more than 100 million unique monthly visitors over all Lithium communities and another 600 million online profiles scored by Klout, Lithium has one of the largest digital footprints in the world. Using that data and the company’s software, Lithium customers boost sales, reduce service costs, spark innovation, and build long-term brand loyalty and advocacy. To find out how Lithium can transform your business—and to share the experience enjoyed by 300 other leading brands around the world, visit www.lithium.com, join our community at community.lithium.com, or follow us on Twitter @LithiumTech. Lithium is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco.
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