David Harper and Steve Head are hits at the go-live event
The go-centric team celebrated a fantastic launch night on Wednesday 17 April. We had a fantastic turn out, current clients, prior clients, potentially new clients, key partners, stakeholders and friends filled the office for a great evening.
We wanted to offer an event that would celebrate the creation of the go-centric brand and showcase our passion for the business and vision for the future, but also offer beneficial and inspirational information with our guests. We’re hopeful that everyone felt it was time well spent and a positive experience.
As well as a warm welcome, Jo Mansell our COO shared her wisdom on creating high performing teams and her experience of doing so across a multitude of major corporate brands.
David Harper, Chairman, demonstrated his incredible passion for customer service and talked about the difference between customer satisfaction and customer loyalty, and what leading brands do differently to become synonymous with outstanding service.
Steve Head, one of the most sought after motivational speakers in the UK, delivered his keynote and taught the audience some valuable lessons in using the power of positivity to create success. Everyone left talking about #149, the 4 minute rule, GOBs and fish, and with smiles on their faces because he is such a funny and entertaining speaker.
And in amongst the talks we enjoyed canapes, drinks and music and members of the go-centric team ran demo rooms on our People & Culture, and Technology & Innovation, showcasing all the work we’re doing to continue the transformation of go-centric and deliver outstanding for our clients and their customers.
We’ll be sharing photos and video edits of the evening on LinkedIn and our Facebook and Instagram pages, so please give us a follow if you haven’t already.
If you didn’t manage to attend on the night, have any questions or would like to know more about our business we’d love to come and visit you, or host you at our go-centric offices. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.