Final CMO Momentum speakers announced; plus last chance to get a free ticket

Our final line-up of speakers includes a raft of leading Australian marketers plus positive psychologist, Dr Suzy Green

It’s just a week until our CMO Momentum 2020 virtual event debuts, and we’re delighted to confirm our final tranche of brilliant speakers in our line-up!

You only have days left to secure your place at CMO Momentum 2020, our virtual event streaming on 11 & 12 November 2020. Don’t miss out on our incredible line-up of marketing and leadership experts and practitioners and the opportunity to glean valuable insights into leading and sustaining the modern marketing function.

Our special virtual event also includes unique video-based networking opportunities for all delegates as well as our exclusive and intimate ‘Meet the CMO’ sessions, where attendees get the chance to engage with 2 of our fantastic CMO50 for 2020 on the issues that matter most.

There are just a few places left using the promo code for eligible marketers, so to claim your free ticket to CMO Momentum, please use the code: F977AEC197

Latest speaker highlights

We’ve now unveiled our final line-up of speakers and sessions, all of which are designed to help support marketing leaders as they aim to create and sustain successful modern marketing teams.  

Customer trends panel: Innovating in a crisis

This special panel discussion featuring marketing leaders from The Coffee Club, Monash University, Movember and Brisbane Airport will explore the customer-led innovations to come out of the unprecedented crisis and how leading brands are learning from this time of rapid innovation to build growth in the next normal.

The Power of Positivity in a VUCA World

Now, more than ever, does positivity matter. Join our locknote speaker, Dr Suzy Green, a leader in the field of coaching psychology and positive psychology as she provides an overview and rationale for the conscious cultivation of positive emotions at work in creating psychological wellbeing, positive relationships, enhanced creativity and good decision making. The role of the leader as a positive energiser in teams and organisations will also be discussed, as will specific positive workplace practices that have been found by research to improve performance, wellbeing and organisational effectiveness.

Balancing the data and the human

Hear from Audible’s senior VP for Asia, Japan and India, Matthew Gain, as he shares the story of how this fast-growing brand is balancing creativity with science, and data with a distinctly human brand touch.

On your toes: Making agile work

In this special panel discussion, marketing leaders from RMIT, realestate.com.au and Hexagon will share how they’re harnessing agile ways of working to achieve marketing success.

And there are so many more speakers to hear from, including:

  • Mastercard global CMO, Raja Rajamannar, who is disrupting the marketing playbook
  • Constellation Research VP, analyst and CMO guru, Liz Miller
  • Sportsbet CEO, Barni Evans, on stepping up from CMO to CEO
  • MyState’s marketing and technology leaders and cross-functional allies, Heather McGovern and Paul Moss
  • Allianz A/NZ’s chief market manager, Nick Adams, the marketing transformation champion

View our full agenda here  

Time is running out to get one of the last places using our promo code for eligible marketers, so to claim your free ticket to CMO Momentum, please use the code: F977AEC197

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