Have your say in the CMO50 People's Choice

Have your say on Australia's most innovative CMO from this year's CMO50 list

The judges have spoken and the inaugural CMO50 list for 2015 has been revealed. Now, it's your turn to have a say on Australia’s most innovative CMO.

CMO is giving readers the opportunity to vote for their favourite CMO from this year’s CMO50 list and be in the running to win a GoPro Hero3 device.

To enter, simply select your favourite CMO from our 2015 list, tells us why you’ve chosen them, and list 1 skill every marketing leader needs today in order to be successful. Then keep an eye on our site to find out if you, and your CMO of choice, are our winners!

Voting in the CMO50 People’s Choice is open until 29 January, 2016. Only one entry per individual will be accepted. For detailed terms and conditions please visit our terms and conditions online.

Vote in the CMO50 People's Choice at:

http://www.cmo.com.au/cmo50/peoples_choice/

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