CMO readership survey: We want to hear from you!

Fill in our readership survey and you could score a pair of noise-cancelling headphones

CMO has kicked off a short readership survey to help us understand our readers’ content habits, as well as what role the CMO brand and content is playing in each of your professional lives.  

We’re also keen to hear what you’d like to see more of from us and in what format, in order to shape our content and events approach in 2020.

Complete the survey by 4 February 2020, and you have the chance to secure a pair of noise-cancelling headphones (valued at up to $399) for your efforts.

Now entering its seventh year, CMO is a publication dedicated to serving the modern marketing and customer engagement leader. CMO is produced by global publishing leader, IDG Communications, and focuses on the unique leadership, customer and data challenges facing marketing, customer experience executives and digital leaders. Our website and biannual print magazine are packed full of expert insights and leadership advice, peer-led discussion on the latest marketing and customer engagement trends, marketing leadership interviews, data and tech innovation, and more.

Please take the opportunity to have your say, and help us ensure CMO remains a valued, creditable and useful resource for marketing and customer engagement professionals.

Please note all individual responses will be kept strictly confidential and answers used in aggregate. Any contact details provided will be for the purpose of prize giving and job function applicability only.

Full terms and conditions can be viewed here.  

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