CMO Momentum returns as an immersive 2-day virtual event for marketing leaders

Our reimagined event focused on modern marketing leadership makes its return for 2020 as a virtual event for Australian and New Zealand marketing chiefs

CMO is delighted to confirm our unique conference for modern marketing leaders, CMO Momentum, will return in November as a fresh new and immersive online event.

For three years, the CMO Momentum premium event has given marketing leaders the opportunity to explore what it truly takes to be a modern marketing chief. This year, we’ve reimagined our program to bring marketers that same focus with a highly immersive two-day online forum based around two key pillars: External and internal engagement.

CMO Momentum is about taking a deep dive into customer-led and inspired marketing leadership in a data-driven, hyper-connected world, where consumers control the conversation, technology and data smarts are vital, commercial acumen is critical, experience is the key to competitive advantage and adaptability and resiliency are musts for marketers.

This year, our 2 days of jam-packed content and networking sessions will give attendees the opportunity to delve into these critical topics through both formal content as well as HD video-based interactivity, including intimate ‘Meet the CMO’ sessions featuring leaders from our CMO50 alumni.   

11 November 2020 – CUSTOMER: How marketers achieve stronger external success and customer engagement

12 November 2020 – CULTURE: How marketers improve their leadership capability, collaboration and business connections

We’re also lining up a great array of local and international speakers including Mastercard’s global CMO and president of healthcare, Raja Rajamannar, who’ll talk through how marketers can disrupt their thinking and approach in this customer-led world; and Sportsbet CEO, Barni Evans, who’ll talk through the journey from CMO to CEO and what leaders expect of marketers today.  

Book your all-inclusive event tickets now for just $60 and you can join your marketing leadership peers for two stellar days of virtual learning, modern marketing insights and networking. And if you’re one of our first 30 registered delegates, you’ll also gain exclusive access to our networking activity + gift.

So don’t miss out on this and secure your place at CMO Momentum now!

 

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