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Join Us For An Evening of True Stories From Customer-Obsessed Portland

Published on
23 April 2018

Portland is obsessed with creating amazing experiences.

You’ve likely seen it caricatured on TV shows, in books, and in Buzzfeed stories.

From craft beer to artisan wine to inventive music to molecular gastronomy to urban micro-farming — Portlanders are obsessed with wowing other Portlanders (read: customers).

You’d be hard-pressed to find a boutique shop, a restaurant, a bar, or art gallery that isn’t absolutely obsessed with impressing the locals with a great product or experience.  In fact, when we decided to choose Portland as our U.S. home, this is one of the things that attracted us.

Why? Without patting ourselves on the back too loudly, AskNicely is in the business of transforming brands into customer-obsessed powerhouses of growth and advocacy.

So then we thought, “What would it look like to throw a party showcasing our city’s best brands’ stories of customer obsession?”

On April 26th, right in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District, we will all find out. 

Join Us For Our First-Ever Customer Obsession Event

We’re calling it, “CX Obsession: An Evening of True Stories From Customer-Obsessed Portland.” The event is on April 26th and is being hosted by the ever-so-gracious Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL) at their office right smack dab in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District.

The concept is simple:

  • Eight CX Obsession stories.
  • Seven minutes each.
  • Portland’s most customer-obsessed brands.

Hear real-world customer obsession stories from:

 Space is limited and seats are filling up fast, so claim yours below.

Register Here

Portland is obsessed with creating amazing experiences.

You’ve likely seen it caricatured on TV shows, in books, and in Buzzfeed stories.

From craft beer to artisan wine to inventive music to molecular gastronomy to urban micro-farming — Portlanders are obsessed with wowing other Portlanders (read: customers).

You’d be hard-pressed to find a boutique shop, a restaurant, a bar, or art gallery that isn’t absolutely obsessed with impressing the locals with a great product or experience.  In fact, when we decided to choose Portland as our U.S. home, this is one of the things that attracted us.

Why? Without patting ourselves on the back too loudly, AskNicely is in the business of transforming brands into customer-obsessed powerhouses of growth and advocacy.

So then we thought, “What would it look like to throw a party showcasing our city’s best brands’ stories of customer obsession?”

On April 26th, right in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District, we will all find out. 

Join Us For Our First-Ever Customer Obsession Event

We’re calling it, “CX Obsession: An Evening of True Stories From Customer-Obsessed Portland.” The event is on April 26th and is being hosted by the ever-so-gracious Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL) at their office right smack dab in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District.

The concept is simple:

  • Eight CX Obsession stories.
  • Seven minutes each.
  • Portland’s most customer-obsessed brands.

Hear real-world customer obsession stories from:

 Space is limited and seats are filling up fast, so claim yours below.

Register Here


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