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Improve Your Client Success Skills at the CS100 Summit 2019 near Provo

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The CS100 Summit 2019, hosted by Client Success, is one of the most prominent players in conference-based education in the industry. 2019’s conference will be held September 9–11 in the extremely popular and world-renowned Sundance Mountain Resort.

For those of you that are not familiar with the Sundance Mountain Resort, this scenic space was originally established by the acclaimed actor, Robert Redford. The CS100 Summit is led by successful business leaders, IT innovators, and established business executives. The summit focuses on teaching the most effective and powerful strategies and tactics needed to ensure absolute customer success, a cross-industry goal that all businesses strive for.

The summit itself is broken into conferences, keynote speaker-driven seminars, networking and socializing meet and greets, as well as some downtime for delicious on-site dining. What you will notice about the general theme of the seminar is that it is extremely focused on customer success and end-user business improvement. So many summits, expos, and events of this type often drift off into workshops that are not always as focused as they could be. That is not the case with the CS100 Summit, as it is renowned for offering maximum value to its attendees. You won’t ever feel like the summit content is watered-down.

This year’s featured speakers include Jon Herstein, Chief Customer Officer at Box; Melinda Gonzalez, VP of Customer Success at WeWork; Dave Blake, the Founder & CEO of ClientSuccess; and Kristen Hayer, Founder & CEO of The Success League.

Find A Place to Stay

The CS100 Summit is held just 10 miles away from the breathtaking city of Provo, Utah. If you’re seeking extended-stay hotels in Lehi or Provo, then look no further than the Hyatt House Provo/Pleasant Grove. The Hyatt House offers top-notch comfort and all of the amenities that you could ever ask for. Enjoy in-house business services, high-quality on-site dining, a fitness center, and a heated outdoor swimming pool. For something a bit different, you could also consider Hines Mansion Bed & Breakfast. This luxury B&B offers guests a Victorian ambiance with modern luxury accommodations.

Check Out the Other Area Attractions!

Check out the other area attractions!

Once you are finished with the CS100 Summit you will be happy to know that there is a wide range of attractions worth checking out in the local area. The two most prominent attractions are the Evermore Park and American Fork Canyon. Evermore Park is a bizarre but extremely enjoyable adventure park that was created to resemble an authentic Victorian-era village. Evermore offers plenty of fun for all age ranges. With regard to the American Fork Canyon, it is a large section of the Wasatch Mountains. The canyon has plenty of trails for hiking and biking, as well as beautiful and scenic water spots where you can drop your line in a do a little fishing.

Transportation Options

The Sundance Mountain Resort where the CS100 Summit is held is conveniently situated just to the southeast of Salt Lake City and just to the northeast of Provo. If you are flying into the area from Salt Lake City International Airport, as many summit attendees will be, it takes only about an hour by car to reach the resort from the airport. If you are driving into the area then you will need to take Highway 15 or Highway 189 to reach the resort, depending on the specific direction that you are coming from.

The gorgeous area where the resort is located is fairly sparsely populated so you will find that navigating around the summit area is quite pleasant. Block off some time to explore Sundance  Resort, home of the famous film awards.

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