Recently Jake our Customer Experience Manager and I visited London for Accountex 2014, the biggest two day accounting conference in the UK.
Whilst there we decided to undertake a days tour of central London to visit a number of our customers and see how they were getting on. We tracked our progression via Twitter and you can see our tweets @DeputyApp.
We started off early doing the rounds of a coffee chain run by Department of Coffee and Social Affairs and in between visited other customers such as Bailey Nelson and My Art Invest and I have to tell you that they are all super cool businesses.
Not only did we get to indulge in truly superb coffee, we feasted our eyes on great art and cool frames whilst snaking our way through the city on foot and by tube. London even put on all 4 seasons for us with sunshine, blue skies, a fresh breeze, rain and then even threw in some hail, all in the one day!
Thanks to all our lovely customers that we visited on the day for being so embracing and open to chat about your business and how and what you think of Deputy.
We only wish we had longer so that we could have visited our other many wonderful customers through the UK – maybe it’s time we planned our next visit….
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