We would like to invite you all to share in an exciting opportunity with us. In the last few years, our business and yours have grown exponentially together, and to further develop the relationship we have with our clients, we are planning to hold one or two workshop events in the coming months.
The purpose of these would be:
To give you an opportunity to meet some of our team
To participate in Q&A sessions
To demo our new features and to provide additional training on existing ones
To introduce prospective new clients to StoreFeeder
For us to better understand the needs of your businesses, and tailor the future development of StoreFeeder accordingly
To detail the roadmap for our future development
If you are interested, please take a few moments to answer some questions, and email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How many people from your company would you like to attend?
How far would you be willing to travel? StoreFeeder is based in the Midlands, so is a location in the Midlands convenient for you, or would two smaller events in both the north and south be more ideal?
Is there any particular training you would like to receive, or any further assistance we can offer?
Are there any special requirements we should be aware of?
Please include any additional information or suggestions.
We ask that you respond as quickly as possible, as the earlier you register your interest, the higher your chance of securing a place at the event. We will be sending out invites as soon as we can.
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