It's been six months since our Community Rebellion Conference in Prague, and the buzz is still happening. We are so grateful to all of you. We want to reconnect with all of our rebel friends and invite new folks who are up for the challenge.
When we thought about how to format our Rebellion Live we knew that we didn't want to stick to the rules of online conferences. So we're here to shake things up.
So welcome to Rebellion Live, four live chats with community builders all around the world about topics you are interested in the most. We know spending long hours on a Zoom call isn't a vibe, so we created a new format, and we think you are going to love it.
During two conference days, we are bringing you total of four live Rebellion Flash talks with new speakers followed by 40 minutes of networking and round-table discussion with our present and past Community Rebellion speakers.
So in case you missed our in-person conference, you can look forward to meeting our Community Rebellion Conference speakers for a quick chat!
No single community platform will do everything you want. That’s why you need a community stack — a bespoke set of tools suited to your specific community.In this session, we’ll talk through how you can efficiently assemble your own community stack by finding and evaluating new tools and platforms
It is modeled after my webinar with a similar name. This conversation will share my community successes, struggles, and suggestions for designing the framework and obtaining the buy in needed for a thriving B2B customer community. The word 'P.R.O.C.C.E.S.S' is an acronym I use to articulate the key components needed and I will share what they are during my talk.
We all know Community is essential for your businesses bottom line, customer retention, and better brand building (to name a few!). But how are you engaging your product teams in the process of building community? If product is at the center of your organization, it needs to have a role in your Community to help customers understand what you are building, why you are building it, and how they play a role in the process via their feedback. Better alignment with product helps create stronger business cases for the Community and helps engage a key business stakeholder in the important work you are doing. Learn with Shawna about how she is building trust, deepening relationships across teams, and creating organizational transformation at Zendesk to improve customer experience in the Community through strategic alignment with the Product organization.
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