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Feb 10, 4:00pm PT | 7:00pm ET

Join us for an exclusive and invite-only virtual wine-tasting. We’ll come together for an interactive session with three distinct Chandon sparkling wines and toast to transformation, quality, and a great 2021. We’ll share a little about Chandon, explore the differences between the three wines, and chat about time to value in driving customer-centric transformation and any other topics that bubble up. Cheers!

Register by Feb 2

Register by February 2, 2021, as space is limited and wine will be shipped to your home. Unfortunately, wine cannot be shipped to Rhode Island, New Jersey, Delaware, Kentucky, Ohio, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, or Utah.

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Chris Chapo

Chris Chapo

Chris Chapo is a thought leader in analytics. Over more than two decades of retail analytics experience he has led teams responsible for data-driven, evidence-based strategies across the enterprise – from customer and marketing to supply chain to product operations.  Currently he is serving as VP Advanced Analytics at Amperity where he leads the analytics and consumer intelligence practice, and prior to Amperity, he led data teams at companies including Gap Inc., Apple, Intuit, JCPenney, and Enjoy. His background includes building data science organizations and platforms, and he has applied statistics and analytics to a variety of business functions including marketing, customer experience, loyalty, customer service/support, and supply chain/inventory. 

Chris Jones

Chris Jones

Chris Jones is the Chief Product Officer at Amperity.  Prior to joining Amperity, Chris spent over 25 years at Microsoft in leadership roles in product management and product development. At Microsoft, he led product and engineering teams across a wide range of products, including SharePoint, OneDrive, Outlook.com, Microsoft Account, Windows and Internet Explorer. Chris holds a B.S. degree in mathematical and computational sciences from Stanford University.