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The full list
How sale incentives drive net retention in customer success.
Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer
How Zendesk is adapting best practices in product to customer success, and how it impacts churn and retention.
VP of Global Customer Success and Renewals
How Appcues customize their onboarding flow based on a “product adoption score” to increase retention.
VP of Marketing
How to increase customer retention through personalized pricing
Author and Partner
How to build a data team to uncover retention drivers & fuel growth for your business
Head of Data
How Wavve optimized their offboarding flow for retention, and productized their process to help other companies reduce churn.
How Workplace from Facebook scaled to over 5 million users with near-zero customer churn.
How Gainsight’s Customer Success and Product teams work together towards a common north star metric.
Author and CCO
The evolution of Customer Success and what CS teams are still getting wrong in 2021
Investor and Venture Partner
How Privy doubled down on a cross functional CS team, and what this means for retention.
VP of Customer Success
Why Brian threw out the notion of customer journey maps and replaced it with a behaviour mapping exercise to increase retention.
Global Head, Customer Success Strategic Programs
Crush churn by defining your product category and taking ownership.
Co-founder & Chief Customer Officer
How to strategically plan and successfully execute a user onboarding revamp.
Mike Sasaki & Tyler Ramsey
VP of Customer Success & Senior Customer Success Manager
How AppsFlyer flipped their focus on churn to retention & renewals and built growth predictability in the process.
Chief Customer Officer
How Froged retains customers by scaling a personal and human onboarding experience.
CEO & Co-Founder
It's what you heard
Focused content, always a useful listen
Every SaaS company and their dog runs a podcast these days, and while there are gems every now and then, I've unsubscribed from most because it takes too many hours / episodes to get to the relevant content. Churn.fm is different. I like the clear focus on churn and paradoxically also the fact that Andrew covers upstream topics that cause churn and downstram issues that churn causes. Also like the high quality of guests and Andrew's interviewing style.