Find out how Nestle, Woolworths and EB Games run their customer loyalty programmes

UPDATED: 1.10pm: The event is now full

Mumbrella is to host a breakfast featuring loyalty marketing case studies from Woolworths, Nestle, and EB Games.

The event – which is free – takes place in Sydney on Wednesday October 3 from 7.15am to 9.30am.

It features presentations from George Hughes, Head of Everyday Rewards, at Woolworths; Rebecca James, Managing Partner, Lavender, presenting a case study on client EB Games; and Andrew Segar, CEO of Simplicity CRM, who will talk about Nestle. The breakfast is sponsored by Simplicity CRM.

The breakfast takes place at L’Aqua at Cockle Bay.

There are a total of 110 places available on a first come, first served basis via this link. Update: Tickets have now gone

Comments


  1. Reto
    11 Sep 12
    1:25 pm

  2. Are you serious? I’ve received the email 12:44pm and by the time I got to read the article and tried to register at 1.20pm the event was full??? Man you are all way too keen…

    Anyhow let us know if there are more spots being made availavble.

    Thanks

  3. mumbrella
    11 Sep 12
    1:27 pm

  4. Hi Reto,

    We are running a waiting list for those who missed out. If you’d like to be added to it, please email my colleague denise@focalattractions.com.au

    Cheers,

    Tim – Mumbrella

  5. JS
    11 Sep 12
    1:33 pm

  6. i hope people havent just registered as it is FREE! Maybe charge a nominal fee, say $50 – sure you would like this Tim ;-) and it will sort out the “get something for free and turn up if i havent got a hangover crowd” !!!

  7. Cassia
    11 Sep 12
    2:19 pm

  8. Yes, I have received the email an hour ago and as soon as I clicked in this link the event was full. So frustrating!!

    I have to agree with JS.

    Please let me know if someone give up.

    Cheers,
    Cassia.

  9. JI
    11 Sep 12
    3:04 pm

  10. Will this event be held in Melbourne? Jo

  11. Kylie
    12 Sep 12
    8:27 am

  12. This is a stella line up. I would also be interested if this was in Melbourne. If not where can we get access to the slides?