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Final call for nominations for this year's CMO50 list recognising Australia's most innovative marketers

There’s not long left before CMO50 nominations close, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your innovative and modern marketing leadership celebrated.

The CMO50 list is about recognising marketers who are striving to master the leadership and strategic skills required to truly engage customers in a digital and data fuelled era. Our ultimate objective is to shine a spotlight on the increased importance of Australian marketing leaders in business, as well as the role of modern CMOs in crafting future business growth and opportunity.

The CMO50 is open to the top marketer in an organisation in Australia. To be considered for this prestigious list, a marketing leader needs to complete a nomination questionnaire. This can either be filled in by the individual, or by suitable representatives within the company. Just one completed nomination is required.

Our 15-strong judging panel are looking to recognise several key modern marketing attributes:

  • Business contribution and innovation
  • Modern marketing and customer engagement thinking and effectiveness
  • Data and/or technology driven approach
  • Empowered and long-term thinking
  • Creativity

We’re also delighted to announce we’ll be holding an exclusive networking cocktail reception on October 18 to celebrate the achievements of the CMO50. Anyone who nominates for this year’s list will be eligible to attend this prestigious event.

The full list will be revealed in CMO’s October print issue as well as in our dedicated CMO50 online portal: http://www.cmo.com.au/cmo50/

So don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcase marketing innovation excellence! Due to several requests, we’ve extended the deadline, but nominations must close Friday 12 August.

For more information and to nominate, please visit: http://www.cmo.com.au/cmo50/

And those with any questions about the process, judging criteria and nominations can contact CMO Publisher and Editor, Nadia Cameron: nadia_cameron@idg.com.au

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