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Webinar: Can't attend Episerver Ascend

Webinar: Can't attend Episerver Ascend

Then sign up for Netcel's live webinar on Friday 18 November at 10:30am, so that we can give you the lowdown on the day, highlights, a summary of hot topics discussed and any important updates from Episerver HQ.

What is Episerver Ascend?

Episerver Ascend Europe, is a user conference that provides a new take on digital customer experience with transformative strategies, customers cases and inspirations from marketing pioneers – not followers.

It's a one-day conference, held at Kings Place on Tuesday 15 November 2016, blending inspiring keynotes, customer presented case studies and sessions from marketing and commerce innovators.

Ascend is all about building a community and being inspired by peers. If you can't attend the event in person then make sure you stay in-the-know by joining our webinar at 10:30am GMT, Friday 18 November 2016.

The webinar will be hosted by:

Tom Denbigh, Senior Account Manager, Nectel
Mark Ames, Head of Development, Netcel

  Friday 18 November, 10:30am - 11:00am (BST)

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