Early Adopters and LC Pilots for Customer Flow Implementation

Get to know the MCs that are Early Adopters. Who are they? What are they doing?

The concept of Early Adopters establishes that having few specific entities driving changes sooner than average helps the organization foresee challenges and get prepared better for them. We’re using it in AIESEC as a way to have the whole network better prepared to implement the new customer flow. 


Germany

APRIL UPDATE - Customer Flow implementation

MARCH UPDATE - Customer Flow implementation


Panama


MoC


Italy

APRIL UPDATE - Customer Flow implementation


Russia


Egypt

APRIL UPDATE - Customer Flow implementation


Get to know the LC Pilots for Leadership-Centered AIESEC. Who are they? What are they doing?

The Leadership-Centered AIESEC Pilots are LCs that were selected since July 2015 in order to anticipate conversations and changes related to focusing more efforts in value delivery at local level. Their experience has brought important insights that are being spread through the value delivery strategy for the network.  


AIESEC EAN (Colombia)


AIESEC Buenos Aires UBA FCE (Argentina)


AIESEC SPUEF (Russia)


AIESEC Navi Mumbai (India)


AIESEC Istanbul Asia (Turkey)

The LC Story from August to December 2015

The LC Story from January to May 2016

Listen to the LCVP Marketing's experience talking about the B2C strategy evolution

Listen to the LCVP CXP's experience talking about LEAD implementation for EPs

Check out some of their strategies to keep up to date with our organizational evolution

They are aligning their digital ecosystem (including physical channels) and they make sure the customers end up in the Opportunity Portal. This is HOW they do it:

Marketing is supporting ICX with the opportunities' posting. This is HOW they do it:

They are managing conversion rates through LEAD Nurturing. This is HOW they do it:

They defined clear responsibilities for B2C and B2B Marketing. This is HOW they do it:

They are starting to implement pull strategies in iGIP. This is HOW they do it: