CMO Momentum returns as an in-person event in 2021

Special earlybird ticket offer now available for our marketing leadership conference, which returns in 2021 as both a live Sydney event + virtual stream for A/NZ audience

The earlybird ticket offer for CMO Momentum in-person on 3 August 2021 is only available until 5 June. Don't miss this opportunity to be at the marketing leadership conference of the year and get your specially priced ticket now ($295 + GST)!

We’re delighted to confirm CMO Momentum is returning on 3 August 2021 as an in-person event as well as via live virtual stream!

CMO Momentum 2021 is a thoughtful event giving CMOs, marketing professionals and business leaders the opportunity to explore what it takes to be a modern marketing chief. Through our full-day agenda, we 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 to success, experience is the key to competitive advantage and change is the new normal.

CMO Momentum returns on 3 August 2021 for our 5th annual edition as a hybrid full-day event program based around the key pillars of marketing leadership excellence: External and internal engagement.

Over the course of the day, we'll delve into the practicalities and challenges of the CMO role through perceptive executive stories, real-life case studies and industry insights. For our in-person attendees, there will also be exclusive content access plus unique opportunities to participate in intimate and interactive discussions as well as networking with your peers.

Until 5 June, we’re offering a special earlybird ticket price to those wanting to attend our in-person event in Sydney of $295 + GST (general admission priced at $395 + GST).

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with your marketing peers while hearing from some of Australia’s best business and marketing leaders and make sure you grab your ticket to this special event now!

You can click here to get your earlybird ticket.

Among our first tranche of speakers confirmed for CMO Momentum 2021 are:

  • Leadership lessons: Colleen Callander, former Sportsgirl CEO, founder of Mentor Me Women and author of Leadership by Design
  • Career progression of the marketing leader panel: Featuring former CMO luminaries and non-executive board directors including Holly Kramer, John Batistich and Joe Pollard
  • Bringing back the Ampol brand: Jenny O’Regan, chief brand officer, Ampol Australia
  • Bringing diversity and inclusion to customer engagement panel: Featuring customer and marketing chiefs from Silverchef, American Express

And many more to be announced!

You'll find more details on the conference, speakers, our sponsors and event here.

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