High-profile CMOs to debate their switch to startups at this year's CMO Momentum

More than 20 Australian and international marketing and business leaders set to take to the stage at this year's CMO Momentum in Sydney on 4 July

Just why so many Australian marketing leaders are forgoing big corporates in order to work with startups will take centre stage at next week’s CMO Momentum conference in Sydney.

Four well-respected and experienced marketing chiefs will be sharing their stories in startups at this year’s CMO Momentum, our premier event for modern marketing leadership taking place at Sydney’s International Convention Centre on Wednesday 4 July.

Participating in the panel on the day and sharing these disruptive marketing strategy efforts are Prospa CMO and former ME Bank marketing chief, Rebecca James; ex-eHarmony marketing director and now CMO of telco upstart, OVO, Nicole McInnes; Sendle co-founder and CMO, Craig Davis; and former LinkedIn marketer and now CMO of Weploy, Ben Eatwell.

The four marketing leaders represent just a few of the high calibre local and international marketing leaders on the agenda at this year’s conference. Kicking off the day is Nestle USA director of marketing, Daniela Simpson, who’ll share tips on how you can innovate a legacy business and team to embrace the speed and nimbleness of a startup.

Our second keynote, Woolworths Food Group director of marketing, Andrew Hicks, will reveal how marketing has delivered a strategic and growth role within the supermarket giant’s own customer-led business transformation efforts.

Other notable speakers include AgencyAgile US founder, Jack Skeels; academic expert and Psynapse Psychometrics thought leader, Jennifer Whelan; leadership and change consultant, Paul Mitchell; co-creation guru, Paul Hawkins; and many more.

Alongside our speakers, this year’s CMO Momentum also features our highly successful and interactive networking tables, a unique opportunity for attendees to engage with their peers to discuss the key behavioural and strategic attributes required in every modern marketing function.

There are still tickets left so don’t miss this opportunity to secure your place at this significant, must-attend conference for marketers. Those who purchase

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Please note attendance to CMO Momentum is restricted to client-side marketing leaders. Representatives from marketing technology vendor, consulting and agency organisations will be refused entry unless from a participating sponsor entity.

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