CMO Momentum 2021 postponed to 1 September 2021

CMO and parent company, IDG, have decided to postpone the CMO Momentum 2021 event, the premier event focused on leading and sustaining modern marketing leadership, to the new date of 1 September 2021.

As a result of the evolving Covid-19 situation in NSW, the restrictions imposed under the current NSW Health Orders, and out of an abundance of caution, CMO has made the difficult decision to move the in-person + virtual CMO Momentum 2021 event, previously scheduled for 3 August 2021, to the new date of Wednesday 1 September 2021.

Given the current NSW Health advice and the state of play in NSW, CMO publisher and editor, Nadia Cameron, said it is in the best interest of both CMO Momentum partners as well as attendees to reschedule the event to a later date.

"By making this decision now, we gain the ability to run the fantastic CMO Momentum event we have envisaged this year, and at our stated capacity, in a way that best serves the health and safety of all those involved on the day," she said. 

The decision to move to the new date of Wednesday 1 September 2021 follows extensive consultation with IDG's venue partner, the International Convention Centre Sydney. The ICC has comprehensive, thoughtful and stringent Covid-19 strategy and health and safety practices in place.

The new CMO Momentum date also takes into account any staged restrictions that may be introduced once the current NSW lockdown is lifted, including the capacity to accommodate delegates both in a 4sqm and 2sqm spaced scenario.

"In changing our event date, we feel confident we are doing the responsible thing for all those involved, while ensuring the optimum in-person experience for partners and attendees," Cameron said. "CMO and IDG thank everyone involved for their understanding on the date change, and for helping us ensure we deliver the best CMO Momentum yet this year."

CMO is now working with partners and sponsors on the new date, program and any questions arising from the new date.   

You can find the CMO Momentum 2021 program, tickets and more here.






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