Thursday, April 30th
11:00 - 11:45AM EST
A shopper’s second and third purchases at the same retailer are more important than ever. In fact, increasing your customer retention rate by just 5% can increase profits by 25-95%. In order to drive repeat purchases, leading fashion retailers like Kohl’s, Kenneth Cole and Ralph Lauren are incorporating website engagement, transaction data and demographic data to power hyper-relevant customer journeys that drive lifetime value. 
Join True Fit as we look at how retailers and brands develop effective short-term and long-term strategies to increase customer retention and loyalty rates. During the webinar, you’ll learn how to:
+    Create a data driven acquisition strategy that focuses on bringing potential customers to your website that are more likely to convert and revisit  
+   Master ecommerce browse and navigation to make it easy for customers to find the products and styles they will love and keep

+  Offer customer support at all stages of the journey to encourage new customers to complete their first purchase and returning customers to purchase again

Are you interested in learning about increasing customer lifetime value but can’t attend the live discussion? By registering for this webinar with the form on the right, you will also receive an on-demand video recording following the live session.

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About the Speaker:

Hannah Jarrett is a retail expert who leads Product Marketing and Enablement at True Fit.  In this role, she focuses on bringing differentiated products to market that help retailers drive customer lifetime value and revenue growth.  
Prior to True Fit, Hannah worked at Salesforce Commerce Cloud, formerly Demandware, where she built the product marketing function for Commerce Cloud Einstein focusing on bringing the power of AI to more marketers and merchants.  

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