Amy Pang is the Director of Customer Marketing at Fortinet. She’s helped launch customer advisory boards at several companies and has also been on the other side as a CAB member herself. We talk about why you have to have a strong point of view during the planning process, why it’s best to start CABs with open feedback sessions and why it’s good to provide attendees with break rooms.
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