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Voice interactions are here, and are going to become an integral part of everyday life. So how do you get started with bringing voice into your digital strategy?
2019 event TBC
We've got a jam-packed morning with fantastic speakers and a workshop, so you can apply your learnings back to your organisation:
2019 event date TBC.
Learn from expert speakers...
Albert works for Amazon, helping to drive the adoption of Alexa across Europe. He’s at the forefront of what’s happening in Voice, with a full understanding of the current and future capabilities of Alexa and which brands are making the most out of the platform.
Alex is a designer and technologist who creates impactful work. He gets excited about what modern technologies can do and wants to harness them to achieve customer and business goals. At Webcredible, he's experimented and built apps for every emerging platform, from Apple Watch to Augmented Reality. He's advised clients on voice strategy and led a UK-wide survey of voice assistant usage.
Richard oversees large-scale digital projects to ensure outcomes support business goals and drive innovation. A regular keynote speaker, Richard is an authority on digital transformation, personalisation, and the future of content delivery.
James has over 15 years’ experience in multi-platform development, working for large brands and his own start-ups. At Virgin Trains he heads up the digital innovation team, leading the development of its Alexa Skill. He is passionate about harnessing technology to deliver intuitive experiences that empower people and businesses.
Maya is a designer and problem solver who transforms ideas into consumer-wowing products and services. An alumna of Silicon Valley’s Singularity University, she joined Webcredible from American Express, where she led a UX & Innovation Lab team. As part of Webcredible she works on every touchpoint of customer experiences, from web interfaces to chat and voice UIs, with brands such as Virgin Trains, Amazon and UBS.
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