Learn how to rewrite the marketing playbook with CMO Momentum's latest keynote speakers

We announce our latest speakers for this year's modern marketing leadership conference, reimagined as a virtual event on 11-12 November

Every marketing leader is endeavouring to transform their marketing organisation to be more customer-led. But what does it really take to disrupt your approach to achieve success?

Mastercard global CMO, Raja Rajamannar, has done just that, and he’s going to share his very valuable insights at this year’s CMO Momentum conference, reimagined as a virtual event and taking place 11-12 November 2020.

Through his keynote presentation, Rajamannar will detail for the first time in A/NZ how CMOs can rewrite the marketing playbook for today’s era and be the executive leaders they’re striving to be.

CMO is also delighted to confirm Allianz chief market manager, Nick Adams, has joined our CMO Momentum line-up to share his multi-year journey repositioning his marketing function as a growth engine. Through a comprehensive approach that stretches technology investment to cultural connection, Adams has strived to take his marketing team through the stand, walk and run of modern marketing transformation, learning a wealth of valuable lessons as a CMO along the way.

Rajamannar and Adams are just a couple of the many marketing and business luminaries who’ll take to the stage at this year’s CMO Momentum. We’re also excited to have Constellation research VP and analyst, Liz Miller, sharing how CMOs can built cross-collaboration, Sportsbet CEO, Barni Evans, who will discuss the shift from CMO to CEO, and there are more to be announced.

CMO Momentum is a premium event brought to you by CMO that gives marketing leaders the opportunity to explore what it truly takes to be a modern marketing chief. This year, our unique conference will come to marketers via a highly immersive two-day program online based around 2 key pillars of marketing leadership: External and internal engagement.

Our jam-packed agenda and interactive networking sessions will be delivered in an immersive online environment featuring unique video-based interaction and the ability for attendees to truly engage with their marketing leadership peers.   

And you can get yourself a free pass if you register before 6 November using this code: F977AEC197.

So register now! https://www.cmo.com.au/cmo-momentum/


 

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