Lost In Translation – get to know the OfficeRnD’s vocabulary

💻 ON-DEMAND Webinar

We know that the onboarding process is both exciting and challenging, and switching to a new automated solution is a big step that can sometimes be confusing and overwhelming. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered – we will help you clear the clouds by flying through them.

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In this webinar

  • We will walk you through some of the most commonly confused terms and settings
  • We will present them in a way that you can more easily understand, remember, and distinguish
  • We will show you the interconnections between them and make them more clear and easy to follow
  • coworking software officernd vocabulary

Speakers

 

 

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Miryana Stancheva

Onboarding&Customer Success, OfficeRnD

Coworking expert and community strategist

 

Miryana Stancheva is an organizational psychologist, with a solid coworking experience as growth and community manager in different spaces around Europe.

She has dedicated years on researching the coworking movement and community building for her Ph.D. thesis, and for already a year, she is part of our team, working actively with coworking and flex-office businesses around the globe.

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Tatiana Lopez

Onboarding&Customer Success, OfficeRnD

 

As a Customer Success & Onboarding Specialist, Tatiana ensures the successful implementation and adoption of our software, while providing guidance and support throughout the customer’s entire life cycle with us. This results in greater retention and customer satisfaction.

Tatiana brings to OfficeRND her previous experience working with startups in rapidly growing industries. Her business insights and product knowledge allow her to deliver better customer experiences and best practices for generating sustainable growth to their businesses.

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Webinar: Lost In Translation – get to know the OfficeRnD’s vocabulary