In 2017 we saw a wave of new tech bringing voice to the core of our digital experiences - Alexa, Google Home and our in car navigation systems have us hooked on "speaking" out loud to find out information.
Typically the realm of hand-busy, eyes-busy domains (ie. the car), voice is now moving beyond the fringe, into the mainstay of our digital experiences, and in 2018 it is set to boom...
Come and hear our industry experts share with us some of the "must-know" information about how voice interactivity will change consumer behaviour, radicalise search and how your brand can start to prepare for the new tidal wave of voice requirements. We'll hear from industry leading software developers who are designing the voice interfaces you are interacting with and a "conversation designer" (yes, that's a real job!).
Join us for networking and a panel discussion on how voice assistants are going to change search, content and your brand in 2018.
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During this panel, you'll discover
How speech will be the new way to engage with your customers.
Conversational commerce through AI will be a powerful differentiator for brands.
How will voice impact your digital and CX strategies?
Is voice the new opportunity to get closer to actual rather than claimed customer behaviour?
Is voice the nail in the coffin for traditional advertising?
Who would benefit from attending
- Marketing, digital and communication professionals
- Business owners and directors
Panel of speakers
- Robert Schwarz, Enterprise Managing Director Aust & NZ, Nuance Communications LinkedIn (travelling from Melbourne)
- Clarissa Keil, CEO & Founder, Two Griffins LinkedIn
- Nicholas Therkelsen-Terry, CEO & Co-founder, Max Kelsen LinkedIn | Twitter: @maxkelsen
Event hashtag is #nxbris
Your ticket includes networking with drinks & finger food prior to the presentation, facilitated networking, panel discussion, event giveaways, attendee list prior to the event.
Networx is information, introductions and inspiration.
Transport and directions
Wilson's Parking Riverside Centre Car Park (closest carpark to Blackbird)
123 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Enter after 5pm and Blackbird can validate your parking ticket so that you only pay $7. No prior online booking is necessary, just remember to bring your ticket with you to validate at the event.