CMO50 2020 submission deadline extended to 24 August

CMO extends the deadline for questionnaires to be completed to a final deadline of 24 August

CMO is extending the final deadline for submissions for this year’s CMO50 list to Monday 24 August 2020 due to demand.

This year marks the sixth annual CMO50 list recognising Australia’s 50 most innovative and effective Chief Marketing Officers. Our annual list celebrates those leading the marketing function who are innovative, strategic thinkers, driving business change and commercial success, and are showcasing modern marketing leadership in all its glory. And by extension, the list also recognises the hard work and resiliency of their marketing teams.

During this unprecedented time of upheaval and change from the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s CMO50 judges are keen to celebrate the hard work of marketing leaders who’ve helped their organisations pivot and navigate their way through the crisis. We want to shine a light on those who’ve been able to help their brands survive this time, by responding and adapting to the rapidly changing consumer behaviours and expectations the crisis has presented.

To be considered, marketing leaders MUST complete the CMO50 2020 questionnaire. These can be completed either by the individual, or in concert with their teams and partners.

Our final, extended deadline for CMO50 submissions is Monday 24 August.

All completed questionnaires will be reviewed by our CMO50 judging panel, who will work together to devise our final list. Approved excerpts will then form the basis of the profiles of our 50 CMOs, which will be revealed in October. Please be assured questionnaires and commercially sensitive information will be kept confidential between the judging panel. 

So get those CMO50 questionnaires done and sent through now to CMO Publisher and Editor, Nadia Cameron:

nadia_cameron@idg.com.au

 

And if you're looking for inspiration, why not check out some of the 2019 CMO50 list profiles right here.

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