CMO Momentum returns to Sydney on 8 August

CMO reveals our first speakers and plans for the third-annual conference dedicated to building modern marketing leadership excellence

CMO is delighted to confirm our CMO Momentum conference focused on inspired and sustainable marketing and customer leadership, is returning to the ICC in Sydney on 8 August!

CMO Momentum is a one-day conference giving marketing and customer leaders the opportunity to gain and share insight on what it takes to lead and sustain the modern marketing function. Now in its third year, this full-day event deep dives into customer-led and inspired marketing leadership via a host of international and Australian marketing, and business leadership experts, innovative thought leaders and more.

This year’s fabulous keynote speaker is T2 International’s global CEO, Nicole Sparshott, who will share her journey from CMO to CEO and lessons in leadership. We also have Campbell Arnott’s marketing chief, David McNeil, and Optus’ Ben White, sharing how each iconic Australian brand has been able to win brand advantage in brand crisis. Plus we’ll have a panel of former CMOs who’ve risen to CEO and board director level reveal how they see marketers taking charge of the boardroom.

There’s also a stellar line-up of marketers from SBS, Thankyou and Siteminder this year, who’ll debate brand purpose; plus futurologist and Youthquake 4.0 author, Rocky Scopelliti, who’ll share how your brand can win over the next generation in the 4th industrial age.  And more speakers to be announced soon!

What’s more, CMO’s unique executive networking tables are back in 2019, giving our marketing leadership attendees the opportunity to truly interact with their peers on the subjects that matter most.

Tickets are now available, so don’t miss out on your chance to secure your spot at CMO Momentum 2019 on 8 August.

Secure your tickets now and view more details about our 2019 CMO Momentum Sydney speaker line-up here.


*Please note attendance to the CMO Momentum conference is limited to CMOs and Heads of Marketing, Marketing Directors, General Managers of Marketing, Digital Marketing Managers, and direct reports, customer leaders, customer experience leaders, digital leaders and their direct reports. IDG reserves the right to refund tickets and decline attendance to any person not fitting this job description, or from a non-sponsoring vendor or agency organisation.


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