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Infographic: How To Create A Data-Driven Customer Loyalty Strategy

February 9, 2017 at 3:12 PM

Here's a great visual overview of what you need to get started with a data-driven customer loyalty programme: the questions to ask before getting started and an overview of all the possible data sources to consider.

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Data-Driven Customer Loyalty strategy or programme infographic

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Luke Turnbull
Luke Turnbull
Luke Turnbull was the Head of Customer and Lead Analytics at Principa, until the end of 2017, after which he returned to his home country of New Zealand. He worked in the financial services industry since 1995, during which time he worked in process, strategy and operational design across a range of organisations in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and South Africa. Luke had been with Principa for 9 years and led consulting engagements with Principa’s local retail clients across the customer lifecycle, with a particular focus on customer engagement and lead generation.

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