[Webinar on Demand] How to Build a Business Case for Launching Your Company’s Customer Advisory Board
When companies begin their effort to initiate a customer advisory board (CAB), their senior management often asks them for a “business case” to create one. Often, marketers are not sure how to build this, the questions to ask, or the data to provide back to management. In fact, building such a business case is one of the top questions we get from those interested in starting a CAB program.
For starting a customer advisory board program, your company should start such a business case by first conducting a bit of self-analysis by asking key questions and documenting the overall benefits, cost, risk, budget and timeline.
Or perhaps you have to secure ongoing support for an existing advisory board. The same elements for justifying a new board can be applied to keep your existing board going.
- Guest speaker Rachel Kozun, VP of Global Customer Success, Quali, just kicked off their inaugural CAB in 2021. She’ll share why Quali decided they needed a CAB and why now was the right time to launch a CAB program.
- Ignite’s Rob Jensen, Senior Consultant & Facilitator, will share the top 10 critical questions to consider and reflect on to build the business case for your CAB.
What You Will Learn During the Webinar:
- How Quali built a business case for their CAB & aligned internal stakeholders
- Why you need a business case for CABs
- Critical questions to review and discuss with stakeholders
- Assessing the potential ROI for your CAB program
- Tips and resources to get your CAB program launched in 2021