We’re back from summer hiatus and can’t wait to get the Seattle Customer Success community back together.
We’re kicking off our monthly meetups with a very special guest.
Come hear Mark Canlis, of award-winning Canlis Restaurant, talk about his unique perspective on customer experience and consider what we can learn from the business of fine dining. You’ll be surprised to learn how our world of Customer Success isn’t so different.
Location and parking info:
Tableau Seattle Office, "Plaza"
701 N. 34th St, (Samurai room on the 1st floor)
Guests can park in the Seattle Data1 parking garage. Walking directions from Data1 to Plaza
1. Exit main doors at Data1àtake LEFT out the door; cross at crosswalk at corner of N. 34th St. & Troll Ave
2. Head down ramp on sidewalk
3. Halfway down ramp there will be set of stairs; take stairs down to U-Park parking lot
4. Walk toward parking lot entranceàyou’ll now be on N. Northake Way
5. Take RIGHT out of parking lot & walk past staircase; follow “Pulse Local Event” signs
Mark spearheaded the generational transfer and brand modernization that has garnered the family business national acclaim as one of the finest restaurants in America. He now owns and operates Canlis restaurant with his more talented brother, Brian.Read More
The second of three sons, Mark grew up in a restaurant family. He joined Canlis in 2003 after graduating from Cornell University and serving as a Captain in Air Force Special Operations. He met his wife, Anne Marie, while opening famed restaurateur Danny Meyer’s fifth restaurant, Blue Smoke, in Manhattan. Returning to Seattle, Mark spearheaded the generational transfer and brand modernization that has garnered the family business national acclaim as one of the finest restaurants in America. He now owns and operates Canlis restaurant with his more talented brother, Brian. He and Anne Marie reside on Queen Anne with their three children.
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