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Creating Magnetic Moments at P2PX

We were thrilled to participate in the Path to Purchase Expo to introduce our new products to brands and retailers. It was also a great experience for the team to learn more about how retailers are adapting to changing consumer shopping behaviors.

Our teams worked collaboratively to flawlessly get us there. Creative, Digital, Sales and Engineering worked cross-functionally to figure out the best way to demo our new products.

The two day event was extremely productive, both showcasing our products at the booth and attending industry-leader speaker sessions. We even had a celebrity sighting – Rainn Wilson stopped by our booth to check out the Freeosk!

After a busy week, the team came together for a Donut Debrief to share learnings:

  • Client Takeaways
    • A handful of prospective clients said: “I’ve always wanted to work with you but I don’t have samples…” Great news – we have new Freeosk experience products that solve for that challenge! 
    • Others offered: “We are excited to learn how to plug your data into our customer journey.”
  • Internal Takeaways
    • Creative and Sales came together to prioritize our next client marketing piece related to myths about Freeosk
    • We identified a new term: We create magnetic moments in the path to purchase experience. Consumers are drawn to Freeosk. And that relationship has value to both consumers and brands.

We are excited to take this momentum into 2020!

Pumpkins, Boos and a Fidget Spinner…

There were pumpkin guts galore in the St. Joseph and Chicago offices as teams planned and executed their carving designs for our annual contest! The Analytics team even roasted (and shared) their pumpkin’s seeds in the office toaster.

The designs ranged from a spooky ghoul asking “Would you like a free sample?” to the cutest Owl-oween pumpkin affectionately named Owlivia. The teams put a lot of great effort into their carvings and Freeoskers voted on their favorites to award prizes to the top 3.

Freeoskers also dressed their best for the costume contest! Prizes were awarded for “Scariest”, “Funniest”, and “Totally 2010’s” costumes. Even our Bevi and lobby Freeosk got in on the fun.

1st Place: WYLAFS? – Engineering
2nd Place: Man eating Kiosk/ Osk 13.00 – Engineering
3rd Place: Ding – Software Development/Creative

Funniest: Baby Shark
Totally 2010s: Fidget Spinner
Scariest: VSCO Girls