Magith Noohukhan

Product Evangelist, Braze

As an Evangelist at Braze, Magith Noohukhan addresses the company's global vision for customer engagement and how Braze can help brands feel empowered to create more meaningful, human conversations with their customers.


Customer Engagement Is Critical: 4 Marketing Tips from Pomelo Fashion

To help brands better understand, reach, retain, and monetize their digital audiences, Braze sat down with CMO of Pomelo Fashion, a leading fashion ecommerce brand headquartered in Bangkok. Here are four key learnings that can help any brand drive stronger engagement and long-term value.


Achieving True Connected Customer Engagement

To dig deeper into achieving true connected, cohesive customer engagement, Braze Product Evangelist Magith Noohukhan sat down with Vincent Kevorkian, Senior Manager, Global Lifecycle Marketing at leading travel platform Skyscanner. Check out videos of their full conversation below, as well as the six key takeaways.


Consistency: The Key to Effective Customer Engagement

The key to their success is following through on marketing goals while maintaining a consistent, cohesive approach that leaves room for iteration and improvement. Given that, let’s explore what “consistency” really looks like when it comes to brilliant customer engagement.


Mastering Customer Engagement in an Increasingly Connected World

At the beginning of the decade, would you have believed it if one of your friends told you that in ten years you’d have a device in your home that could lock your doors, turn your lights on and off, make you coffee, and even entertain your kids? (Probably not.)


Humanized Marketing: Connecting With Customers on a Personal Level

Human relationships are dynamic and ever-changing; your customer engagement strategy should be, too. With that in mind, let’s take a look at three things you should consider when your brand is looking to engage with audiences on a human level.


5 Principles All Email Marketers Should Live By

When you have hundreds of emails to wade through and someone manipulates you like that in order to get you to open their message, they’re making a strategic error: You may get that open, but you’re training your customers that they can’t trust the outreach you send. It's important to ensure that you’re talking to your customers thoughtfully. So let’s dig into the five rules that brands should keep in mind when they think about the email campaigns they send.