Register now: CMO-CIO Executive Connections 2021 in-person + virtual event

CMO-CIO Executive Connections 2021 A/NZ event returns as in-person + virtual streamed event on 25 March 2021

CMO and CIO are delighted to confirm our annual flagship CMO-CIO Executive Connections event returns in 2021 as in-person event in Sydney + live virtually streamed event!

Don’t miss this opportunity to join your Australia and New Zealand marketing, technology and customer leadership peers as we tackle this year’s hugely important theme: Lifting your organisation’s customer experience agility.

Acceleration was the name of the CX game for organisations during 2020. And as we navigate through the reset the global pandemic has given to customer expectations, it’s clear technology and marketing teams will need to further evolve their companies’ CX prowess in order to better match customer journeys and engage in the moments that matter to them.

While marketing acts as the customer champion and provides the strategy and insight required to inform and execute an organisation’s CX approach, technology leaders need to reinvent technology and data delivery to empower teams and ensure their organisations can realise overarching CX ambitions.

This year’s CMO-CIO Executive Connections event series will explore ways marketing and IT leaders and their teams can improve their CX velocity by looking at two key components of any CX engine sitting at the heart of the CMO-CIO relationship:

  • Improving CX agility through data excellence
  • Lifting your digital CX agility

Our upcoming event will feature a live keynote by Forrester APAC VP and regional director, Michael Barnes, as well as a panel of marketing and IT leaders + brand case study soon to be announced.

So don’t miss this opportunity to not only hear some fantastic speakers and engage in great content, but also to network in-person with your professional leadership peers.

Date: 25 March 2021

Time: 8am – 10am AEST

Location: The Fullerton, Sydney + direct to your desktop PC

Register now for the live Sydney event or virtual event offerings here to be sure you don’t miss out on this unique leadership event from CMO and CIO.

Register for CMO-CIO Executive Connections now

This year’s CMO-CIO Executive Connections event is supported by Sitecore and Progress Software.

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