Speakers locked in for first CMO Momentum Melbourne!

WW, Bankwest join our line-up for the first CMO Momentum in Melbourne on 19 September

 CMO from IDG is delighted to confirm our fabulous speaker line-up for CMO Momentum Melbourne, the newest addition to our events portfolio.

CMO Momentum Melbourne is a conference focused on inspired and sustainable marketing and customer leadership. First debuting in Sydney in 2017, the event has become a must-attend for anyone striving to achieve modern marketing success. And this year, we’re delighted to be coming to Melbourne with a fresh format and speaker list.

Check out pictorial highlights from our recent CMO Momentum Sydney event here

Our special Melbourne edition on 19 September 2019 includes an Australian-first keynote by WW (formerly Weight Watchers) global chief brand, Gail Tifford, along with a deep dive into customer-led brand building with Bankwest executive GM of customer experience, Andrew Chanmugam.

We are also delighted to confirm neuroscience leadership academic author and speaker, Pascal Molenbergs, will be giving attendees unique insight into what it truly takes to think like a leader.

There’s also our fresh interactive workshop format, exclusive to Melbourne, plus a dynamic panel of modern marketing chiefs debating how they balance effectiveness with experimentation, and creativity with data-driven insight.

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

Confirmed speakers

Gail Tifford

Global Chief Brand Officer, WW

Andrew Chanmugam

Executive General Manager, Bankwest

Pascal Molenbergs

Associate Professor, Institute for Social Neuroscience

Shalabh Atray

CMO, Kraft-Heinz Australia

Louise Eyres

CMO, Sport Australia

Ric Navarro

CMO, Norman Disney & Young

View full details about CMO Momentum Melbourne here.

Tickets are just $195 each, with second tickets purchased available at a 50% discount. Don’t miss out on securing your place at this vibrant new event now!

Buy your ticket here

*Please note entry to CMO Momentum is restricted to client-side marketing, customer and digital managers and leaders. Representatives from the agency, consulting firm, vendor or PR community will not be eligible for a ticket and will be declined entry. 

 

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