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The most powerful summit for Marketing Leaders.
Mike Brooks
Head of Strategy and Planning
Your CONNECT CMO experience is bespoke to you. Connect with the industry In-Person or join us online at our Virtual Summit.
In-Person
Twickenham Stadium,
London, England
9 - 11 October, 2022
Event Details
Virtual
BST Time Zone
17 - 21 October, 2022
Event Details
An event experience curated around you and your business needs
Tailored-to-you meetings, leading speakers and incredible networking opportunities. CONNECT CMO provides senior marketing executives a platform to access the exact content, insight and solutions they need to drive their business forward.
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Hear from Industry Experts
With over 25 captivating speakers on the agenda, learn from leaders driven to inspire.
Solve Your Top Challenges
Meet One2One with solution providers specifically qualified to meet your business needs.
Make Inspired Connections
Share strategic insight with 150+ marketing leaders across industry.
It’s All Complimentary
Catering, accommodation and £150 travel reimbursement is covered by us.
Hear from Industry Experts
Learn from thought leaders paving the way in your industry, all from the comfort of your own home.
Solve Your Top Challenges
Meet One2One with solution providers specifically matched to your business needs.
Total Flexibility
Whether you’re at home or in the office, access sessions in real time or on-demand.
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Experience the Only Solutions-Based Event

Tell us the challenges you’re facing, and we’ll schedule meetings with the right solution providers to solve them. You leave with a plan and the tools you need to move your company forwards.

"Well-tailored content for the audience, and thoughtful alignment in the one-to-one meetings."
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"The event was very well-organised and having the ability to have it all online was excellent."
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"It’s been a truly great event with content, leading suppliers, and solutions being covered."
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Finastra

Hear From Today’s Most Influential Brands and Voices

Yolanda Valery
Head of Digital Engagement
Luke Boase
CEO & Founder
Lauren Hannifan
Head of Brand
Aysen Miller
Senior Social Media & Influencer Manager
Anna Greene
Vice President, Brand
Sinem Soydar
Global Senior Digital Marketing Manager
Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
Gabriel Candido Da Silva
Vice President of Digital Growth Marketing
Richard De Villa
Head of Marketing
Virginia Barnes
Brand & Loyalty Director
Ilya Fedotov
Head of Global Marketing
Sal Maiorano
Marketing Director
Sebastian Kahlich
Director of Sales & Marketing
Claudia Stebbings
Head of Marketing
Jazz Berry
Senior B2B Marketing Manager
Swagat Choudhury
Global Head of Digital Product
Mike Brooks
Head of Strategy and Planning
Katie Rowland
Interim Head of EMEA Revenue Marketing
Karen Carter
Director Enterprise Marketing, Europe
Jonathan Yates
Chief Revenue Officer
Enrico Gazzano
Senior Vice President Marketing and Online Sales
Will Harrison
Group Brand Director
Stefano Volpetti
Chief Consumer Officer
Sebastian Picklum
Director of Product Management
Natalie Fuller
Head of CX & Communication
Leanne Cottrell
Brand Engagement Lead
Annabell Venner
Former Chief Marketing Officer
Cassius Taylor-Smith
Chief Marketing Officer
Claudia Stebbings
Head of Marketing Communications
Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
Yolanda Valery
Head of Digital Engagement
Jack Francis
Social Media & Content Manager (UK)
Sinem Soydar
Senior Global Marketing Director
Shira Feuer
Chief Marketing Officer
Pete Markey
Chief Marketing Officer
Ewan Turney
Marketing Director
Sal Maiorano
Director of Marketing/Acquisition
Swagat Choudhury
Global Head of Digital Product
Mike Brooks
Head of Strategy and Planning
Xavier Perez
Regional Marketing Director (Northern Europe)
Olya Dyachuk
Data Driven Media Director
Stefano Volpetti
President, Smoke-Free Products Category & Chief Consumer Officer
Simon Morris
Senior Director of Digital Marketing
Ian Maskell
Vice President of Marketing
Jess Wreford
Digital Creative Lead
Joel Carpenter
Divisional Director, Marketing
Justin Vaughn-Brown
Chief Marketing Officer
Sumeet Vermani
Global Vice President of Marketing
Natalie Fuller
Head of CX & Communication

Enjoy the Perks of Exclusivity; Everything is on us

As an attendee you’ll receive:

  • One night complimentary accommodation
  • Catering and open bar
  • Travel reimbursement
  • Dedicated Attendee Relations Manager to tailor your experience

Get Rewarded

Since we can’t treat you to accommodation and delicious dining with a virtual event, we’ve designed a brilliant rewards system worthy of your time. Take all 6 solution provider meetings and earn your choice of amazing rewards, including JBL and Amazon products and charitable donations.

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A Tailored Agenda For You

Tune In on Your Time

Choose from 25 Speakers, 6 Networking Opportunities and More
It’s entirely up to you whether to catch the presentations as they come online or watch on-demand.
Sunday9 October
Monday10 October
Tuesday11 October
5:00 - 7:00pm
Welcome Reception and Registration
7:30 - 8:50am
Breakfast
8:00 - 9:00am
Keynote Presentation: Why Your Omnichannel Marketing Strategy Needs Events

Omnichannel marketing, a favourite buzzword for us all. But in a global, digitised world, are marketing leaders forgetting ALL the elements that define an omnichannel strategy – the things that enable organisations to truly interact with customers, whether B2C or B2B. As senior leaders, understanding your customers as you scale for growth, taking advantage of all your marketing touchpoints to maximise value is paramount.  

We’ll try to tackle some of these challenges and discuss ways of creating a stronger customer experience at all phases of the journey and why events must be a part of that mix, particularly as we go beyond the “post-pandemic” world. 

Speakers:

Karen Carter
Director Enterprise Marketing, Europe
9:00 - 10:00am
Mythbusters: Does the consumer control the brand?
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Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent can giving consumers creative responsibilities for brands drive growth and sales?
  • To what extent are customers at the forefront of brand growth?
  • Does the brand reflect the customer, or does the customer reflect the brand?
  • Who is more influential in driving brand purpose? How can brand leaders ensure that they are in the driving seat?
  • What successes can brands have by repurposing organic content for social marketing?
  • What impact can handing creative responsibilities over to the customer have on loyalty and therefore ROI?

Speakers:

Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
Will Harrison
Group Brand Director
Jazz Berry
Senior B2B Marketing Manager
Virginia Barnes
Brand & Loyalty Director
How to Go-to-Market an NFT / Collectible project

Key Takeaways:

  • What are the main challenges associated with a Go-To-Market strategy for an NFT/Collectible project?
  • Tips and tricks to put in place for success and what to avoid doing
  • First impressions and insights?
  • Is Web3 & NFTs the future of business as we see it?

Speakers:

Gabriel Candido Da Silva
Vice President of Digital Growth Marketing
10:00 - 11:00am
Customer Centricity: The Approach to Drive New Product Awareness

Key Takeaways:

  • How can customer centricity be at the heart of lead acquisition?
  • How to effectively measure product awareness?
  • Finding the balance between reaching mass customers but maintaining a personalised approach?
  • Compliance with new privacy and data-sharing regulations and how it’s impacting the customer centric approach

Speakers:

Richard De Villa
Head of Marketing
Creating Authentic Content in a World Devoid of Such

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent is it possible for brands to create truly meaningful, relevant content whilst simultaneously driving sales?
  • In what ways can brands ensure their content is purposeful, and appropriately so?
  • Why is it so important for brands not to speak out on every issue?
  • What does content creation best practice look like?
  • What ideas are consumers and businesses alike looking to invest in over the next year?

Speakers:

Yolanda Valery
Head of Digital Engagement
11:00 - 12:00pm
The Impacts of Social Media and Influencer Marketing on a Growing Brand
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Key Takeaways:

  • Why are influencers a must for all brands and how can this strategy be realised across all sectors?
  • How can social media be used to build an organic community, which in turn will drive sales?
  • How has SNUG transformed as a result of its’ social strategy and to what extent is influencer marketing a long-term viable strategy?
  • Why and how can influencer marketing offer real value and growth, that traditional marketing simply cannot compete with?
  • Strategically, what tactics are a must when it comes to working with influencers? How can brands select the best talent for their products?

Speakers:

Lauren Hannifan
Head of Brand
Aysen Miller
Senior Social Media & Influencer Manager
Brand Honesty – Why and How It Pays to the Truthful

Key Takeaways:

  • How can brands go above and beyond for their consumers in wider society and why should they? What does this look like?
  • In what ways can marketing leaders ensure they cut through the noise of the saturated app space?
  • To what extent do ALL brands have cultural relevance? (Case studies from Tinder, Bumble and Zapp)

Speakers:

Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
12:00 - 1:00pm
Advisory Session - How to (Re)energise Your Digital Content Supply Chain
Remote and hybrid work are here to stay. To succeed in the new virtual workplace, organisations must find the best ways to plan, create, and distribute their digital content. Many creative and marketing teams have tried to get by cobbling together an assortment of disconnected platforms. But with no operational hub, these makeshift tech stacks create a digital content supply chain that doesn’t work efficiently. Without a single source of truth, teams face lost or misplaced digital assets, broken content workflows, duplicate work, and issues with creative collaboration.
So how do you create a digital content supply chain that does work the way you need it to? In this interactive presentation, Sebastian Picklum from Canto will show you how to:

Key Takeaways:

  • Build a content tech stack that leverages digital asset management technology as the hub of your digital content supply chain
  • Streamline digital content workflows to produce content more efficiently at scale
  • Enable better collaboration on your remote or hybrid teams

Speakers:

Sebastian Picklum
Director of Product Management
Transforming CX in an Everchanging World
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Key Takeaways:

  • How brand influences the customer experience
  • Adapting CX in an ever-changing world (post-pandemic trends & increasing choice, personalisation, convenience)
  • Using data to elevate moments of magic and solve pain points
  • Building a customer centric culture

Speakers:

Anna Greene
Vice President, Brand
Ilya Fedotov
Head of Global Marketing
Richard de Villa
Head of Marketing UK & Europe
1:00pm
Networking Lunch
2:00 - 3:00pm
Break through the noise - How to use Data-Driven Storytelling to drive revenue
Data doesn’t have to be dry. In the right hands, it comes alive and isn’t simply numbers and text, spreadsheets and word docs, but a compelling creative tool. But to use data to engage customers, cut through the noise, and ultimately drive revenue, requires you to tell a meaningful story.
In this session, Katie Rowland, Interim Head of EMEA Revenue Marketing, will draw on their experience working on the launch of a global research study (which surveyed 13,000 people) and its fully integrated, data-driven campaign launch. Join us as we walk you through:

Key Takeaways:

  • Why data-driven storytelling is a vital tool for customer engagement
  • How to ensure you gather impactful and relevant data that responds to the zeitgeist for your audience
  • What it takes to build a fully-integrated, narrative-led and data-driven campaign—and what to expect from the results

Speakers:

Katie Rowland
Interim Head of EMEA Revenue Marketing
Impact From Data: How Strive Group Grew 20% Revenue in 21 Days
Strive Group increased their weekly sales by 20%, using AI recommendations for their customer experience agents. End users saw the value of AI by adopting Aible predictions, within 3 days. Learn how your marketing and sales teams can apply AI to solve challenges across customer acquisition and retention covering use cases including lead scoring, churn prevention, ideal customer targeting and more. Attend this session to see how you can leverage AI and predictive analytics to show business impact within weeks.

Speakers:

Jonathan Yates
Chief Revenue Officer
3:00 - 4:00pm
Building a Strong Brand That Can Live, Grow and Evolve
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Key Takeaways:

  • How to build a strong brand collaborating with employees and creative partners
  • How to ensure consistency and guidance around the brand with a centralised digital space
  • Why is hassle-free access to full brand information and content essential to brand engagement?

Speakers:

Hugues Pastoor
Customer Success Lead
Leanne Cottrell
Brand Engagement Lead
Case Study: How to Continue Growing a Major Global Brand in an Increasingly Saturated Market

Key Takeaways:

  • How can three major brands with a combined turnover of over £6bn a year, continue to grow in todays’ saturated mobile market?
  • What must strategic best practice look like for brands of this size? What should quarterly, annual & three year growth strategy look like?
  • How Virgin Media o2 agrees on brand business priorities, as well as alignment to wider organisational strategy
  • How can brands ensure customer base value growth, regardless of size?
  • Example of successful, strategic marketing projects

Speakers:

Mike Brooks
Head of Strategy and Planning
4:00 - 5:00pm
Building Relationships With Customers, Not Cookies

Key Takeaways:

  • How are user privacy changes shaping the future of marketing?
  • To what extent do brands need to stop talking about the dying cookie, and focus solely on customers and their trust?
  • Adjusting to the future cookie-less landscape… CDP and its capabilities
  • Goodbye 3rd party data, hello 1st party (consented) data

Speakers:

Sinem Soydar
Global Senior Digital Marketing Manager
The Promise of Web3 for Next-Level Marketing Strategy

Key Takeaways:

  • What is the impact of Web3 on marketing and how can marketers prepare for this new landscape?
  • The importance of AI in establishing growth in Web3?

Speakers:

Ilya Fedotov
Head of Global Marketing
5:00 - 6:00pm
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6:00 - 9:00pm
Networking Dinner
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7:30 - 8:50am
Breakfast
8:00 - 8:50am
An Omnichannel Approach – How to Best Serve Your Customer

Key Takeaways:

  • How to win over today’s evolving omnichannel consumer
  • Develop your customer journey strategy
  • From insights to action: Create a framework for driving digital marketing performance
  • Measure your successes/failures

Speakers:

Sal Maiorano
Head of Digital Marketing
9:00 - 10:00am
The Future of Luxury

Key Takeaways:

  • What is the necessity of phygital fluidity?
  • How can brands transform and evolve in size and concept without alienating their initial customer base?
  • How can luxury brands keep up with the ever- expanding digital sector growth?
  • What is the new luxury paradigm?

Speakers:

Claudia Stebbings
Head of Marketing
Lucky Saint X Rapha

Key Takeaways:

  • How to can start-ups aid brand growth through major partnerships and brand collaboration (for free)?
  • How can smaller brands make connections with major players in the industry? No authenticity? Don’t bother!
  • How can brands tap into the audience of their partner companies organically and successfully?
  • Case Study based on the past year of Lucky Saint X Rapha

Speakers:

Luke Boase
CEO & Founder
10:00 - 11:00am
Creative Optimization – the Unfought Battle

Key Takeaways:

  • How do we listen to our heart and to the consumers at the same time
  • Combining authentic & smart content and how to measure effectively with analytics
  • Tools used to predict success
  • Winning the race by automation

Speakers:

Swagat Choudhury
Global Head of Digital Products
11:00 - 12:00pm
Internal Dynamics Are Shifting… the Impact on Customer Centricity

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent are internal dynamics, roles and responsibilities changing and how does this relate to customer centricity?
  • What must change in order to truly embrace the customer being at the heart of everything you do
  • How to reap the benefits and measure the successes

Speakers:

Enrico Gazzano
Senior Vice President of Marketing
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Monday17 October
Tuesday18 October
Wednesday19 October
Thursday20 October
Friday21 October
Keynote: Personalisation: Keep or Toss?

Key Takeaways:

  • Is this the end of large-scale mass personalisation?
  • How to encourage your professionals to build a trusted and insightful relationship with your customer base
  • Approaches to improve brand and customer relevance: B2B vs B2C
  • Looking at the total metaverse of data around the customer’s needs – rather than transactional

Speakers:

Cassius Taylor-Smith
Chief Marketing Officer
The Importance of Balancing Performance and Brand Marketing

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent does Brand Marketing have on overall brand growth
  • What are the main tactics and channels used to balance brand & performance marketing strategies
  • Top 3 non-negotiables when planning content strategy
  • Marketing goals going into 2023

Speakers:

Shira Feuer
Chief Marketing Officer
Creating Authentic Content in a World Devoid of Such

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent is it possible for brands to create truly meaningful, relevant content whilst simultaneously driving sales?
  • In what ways can brands ensure their content is purposeful, and appropriately so?
  • Why is it so important for brands not to speak out on every issue?
  • What does content creation best practice look like?
  • What ideas are consumers and businesses alike looking to invest in over the next year?

Speakers:

Yolanda Valery
Head of Marketing
The Power of Strategy When Everything’s Going to Sh*t

Key Takeaways:

  • What’s the difference between a strategy and some clever sounding words on a page?
  • How do you spot a bad strategy?
  • How do you build a good strategy?
  • Is purpose the answer?
  • When everything’s going wrong, what do you change, and what do you keep the same?
  • Who matters in the strategic process?

Speakers:

Mike Brooks
Head of Strategy and Planning
Storytelling Not Selling

Key Takeaways:

  • How to use storytelling to stand out from the crowd and why it’s such a beneficial approach to overall brand community & loyalty
  • How to ensure content connects with your community and is something they actually care about
  • There are no quick fixes when it comes to creating a brand community, so how do you play the long game?

Speakers:

Jack Francis
Social Media & Content Manager (UK)
Altering the Narrative to Fuel Customer Centricity

Key Takeaways:

  • How has PMI altered the narrative to represent its vision of a smoke-free future?
  • Tell us a bit about the transformation within the business in recent years
  • How do you keep business goals in mind whilst shifting to a consumer-first model?
  • What technology has helped you to best steer this transformation?
  • What is your top tip for creating a customer-centric strategy?

Speakers:

Stefano Volpetti
President, Smoke-Free Products Category & Chief Consumer Officer
Transforming CX in an Everchanging World

Key Takeaways:

  • How brand influences the customer experience
  • Adapting CX in an ever-changing world (post-pandemic trends & increasing choice, personalisation, convenience) 
  • Using data to elevate moments of magic and solve pain points 
  • Building a customer centric culture

Speakers:

Natalie Fuller
Head of CX & Communication
The Future of Luxury

Key Takeaways:

  • What is the necessity of phygital fluidity?
  • How can brands transform and evolve in size and concept without alienating their initial customer base?
  • How can luxury brands keep up with the ever- expanding digital sector growth?
  • What is the new luxury paradigm?

Speakers:

Claudia Stebbings
Head of Marketing Communications
An Omnichannel Approach – How to Best Serve Your Customer

Key Takeaways:

  • How to win over today’s evolving omnichannel consumer
  • Develop your customer journey strategy
  • From insights to action: Create a framework for driving digital marketing performance
  • Measure your successes/failure

Speakers:

Sal Maiorano
Head of Digital Marketing
Brand Honesty – Why and How It Pays to the Truthful

Key Takeaways:

  • How can brands go above and beyond for their consumers in wider society and why should they? What does this look like?
  • In what ways can marketing leaders ensure they cut through the noise of the saturated app space?
  • To what extent do ALL brands have cultural relevance? (Case studies from Tinder, Bumble and Zapp)

Speakers:

Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
'The Dark Horses of Marketing’ : A compilation of simple but effective must dos in marketing

Key Takeaways:

  • Using data to make you the pilot of your own content creation lifecycle
  • Why virtual content creation to drive efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability is a MUST
  • How to embrace ‘phygital’ strategy to drive true consumer reach
  • Using Ecommerce to bridge the gap of consumer reach and conversion

Speakers:

Swagat Choudhury
Global Head of Digital Product
Brand Honesty – Why and How It Pays to the Truthful

Key Takeaways:

  • How can brands go above and beyond for their consumers in wider society and why should they? What does this look like?
  • In what ways can marketing leaders ensure they cut through the noise of the saturated app space?
  • To what extent do ALL brands have cultural relevance? (Case studies from Tinder, Bumble and Zapp)

Speakers:

Natasha Briefel
Global Brand Marketing Director
Growing a Fan Base Around Women’s Rugby

Key Takeaways:

  • England women are the No1 ranked team in the world
  • Talk will cover how England Rugby has developed a unique brand and identity around the team to grow the fanbase
  • With a vision to sell out a capacity crowd of 82,000 at Twickenham for a women’s match by 2025

Speakers:

Ewan Turney
Marketing Director
What Can Big Business Learn From the Start-Up Marketing Space?

Key Takeaways:

  • How can start up principles be translated realistically and effectively for a global brand?
  • What challenges come with taking inspiration from young businesses and do they pose a threat?
  • How can we ignite internal start-up style energy and dynamism in historic, global brands?
  • What does dynamism really look like in the industry?

Speakers:

Xavier Perez
Regional Marketing Director (Northern Europe)
The Benefits of In-House Marketing 2022–23

Key Takeaways:

  • With key industry drivers being trust, purpose, value and customer experience, can it be said that external agencies have too much distance from the brand communities marketing leaders have so intricately built?
  • How important is it for campaign success to have a unified-in house team, with a clear shared vision?
  • What must in-house best practice look like over the next 12 months?
  • How to strengthen in-house agencies

Speakers:

Olya Dyachuk
Data Driven Media Director
There’s More to Life Than Budget

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent does campaign spend dictate success and why?
  • How can businesses spend most effectively on brand strategy and how can budget be used to directly drive revenue?
  • How to select the right marketing channels not just for your business, but for specific campaigns? Is omni-channel always necessary?
  • What does best practice with regards to budget, in terms of managing the relationship between in-house and agency use look like?

Speakers:

Annabel Venner
Former Chief Marketing Officer
Why Budget Doesn’t Have to Dictate Brand Growth and Development

Key Takeaways:

  • To what extent does campaign spend dictate success and why?
  • How can businesses spend most effectively on brand strategy and how can budget be used to directly drive revenue?
  • How to select the right marketing channels not just for your business, but for specific campaigns? Is omni-channel always necessary?
  • What does best practice with regards to budget, in terms of managing the relationship between in-house and agency use look like?

Speakers:

Simon Morris
Senior Director of Digital Marketing
Too Woke or Not Woke Enough?
Purpose at the heart of brands & why ESG will drive investment decisions for the next 30years

Key Takeaways:

  • What is ESG & why it’s not WOKE!
  • Why are brands accused of being ‘too woke' and why they should stay true to their purpose
  • The “say – do gap”
  • Why is it so hard to make “Purpose” a growth driver?
  • How to make Purpose a growth driver
  • Why the future will be purposeful (& the cynics are wrong!)

Speakers:

Ian Maskell
Vice President of Marketing
Tik Tok: How To

Key Takeaways:

  • How has digital strategy been forced to evolve throughout the pandemic and what will it look like over the next year?
  • What digital challenges does any brand face in today’s climate and how can brands combat these difficulties?
  • Tik Tok Mini Case Study

Speakers:

Jess Wreford
Digital Creative Lead
Metaverse: Tomorrow’s World

Key Takeaways:

  • How might the Metaverse transform the B2B industry? What might E-commerce look like by 2025?
  • What dangers does the Metaverse present to consumers and businesses alike?
  • What does the ever-increasing enmeshment of the physical and digital worlds mean for businesses?
  • What are the key opportunities here?

Speakers:

Pete Markey
Chief Marketing Officer
To What Extent Does the Marketing Industry Have an Ethical Responsibility in Terms of Societal Thought Leadership?

Key Takeaways:

  • With an ever -increasing consumer selling being point being sustainability, how can we continue to sell products that don’t align with these values?
  • Is it possible to have authenticity as a key brand pillar, when selling these products?
  • To what extent to marketers have a moral duty to disengage with all environmentally damaging products?
  • Do marketing leaders have an ethical responsibility to drive positive social change?
  • What actions can industry leaders take on this matter?

Speakers:

Joel Carpenter
Divisional Director - Marketing
The Fast-Track Global Rebrand Playbook

Key Takeaways:

  • How to efficiently build the right team culture via consistent hiring criteria
  • How to deliver best practice for Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
  • To what extent is a multi-layered Martech stack with fully integrated ABM a necessity for marketers today?

Speakers:

Justin Vaughan-Brown
Chief Marketing Officer
Big Business: How to Thrive in 2023

Key Takeaways:

  • Should start-up principles be translated as strategy for global brands, too?
  • What is success for businesses riding on over the next 18 months?
  • How can we ignite internal start-up style energy and dynamism in historic, global brands?
  • What does dynamism really look like in the industry?

Speakers:

Sumeet Vermani
Global Vice President of Marketing

KEY THEMES

Breaking Traditional Marketing Limitations with Disruptive Technology

Cultivating Loyalty by Prioritising the Customer Experience

Hitting Your Profit Goals with Reduced Budgets Through Marketing & Sales Alignment

eCommerce adoption and Scalability: Adapting to the Impact of COVID-19

Driving Team Performance through Collaboration, Staying Agile and Innovation

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In-Person Event Questions

The cost of producing CONNECT CMO is underwritten by our solution providers, who are more than willing to make the investment in such an exclusive audience. Your pass includes:

  • Dedicated Attendee Relations Manager and custom schedule
  • Access to speaker content
  • Face-to-face industry networking opportunities
  • One2One meetings with vetted solution providers, specifically matched to your business needs
  • One night accommodation, travel reimbursement, incredible catering throughout the event, and an open bar.

Based on the details of your registration, we carefully select only the most suitable solution providers for you to meet with. Each meeting is 30 minutes and focused on solving a specific priority you have listed.

We are looking for executives with genuine needs for new solutions and buying influence or authority. Invitations are extended to C-level executives, SVPs, VPs, Directors and Senior Managers within all Marketing functions.

There are many reasons to attend! For starters, CONNECT CMO is the only event tailored to help you with your current challenges. You’ll learn from the experts and connect to the solutions you need. Your time is valuable, and sticking to your budget is more important than ever. CONNECT CMO is designed to help you maximize your time and money for the best possible results.

Virtual Event Questions

CONNECT CMO Virtual Summit is unique in its ability to connect you to qualified solution providers. They’re more than willing to underwrite the cost of your attendance in exchange for access to such an exclusive audience.

Your virtual pass includes:

  • All sessions and recordings
  • Six or eight One2One meetings with vetted solution providers, specifically matched to you
  • £200 or £300 in rewards upon completing all meetings

Based on the details of your registration, we carefully select solution providers for you to meet with. Each meeting is 30 minutes and focused on solving a specific priority you have listed. Once completed, you’re eligible to receive a rewards package. All meetings will take place on Zoom and we handle the logistics.

We are looking for executives with genuine needs for new solutions and buying influence or authority. Invitations are extended to C-level executives, SVPs, VPs, Directors and Senior Managers within all Marketing Functions.

Yes, but only for your One2One meetings, which are scheduled for a date and time you prefer. The presentations do not expire and will all be available on-demand to watch at your leisure—anytime, any place.

There are many reasons to attend! CONNECT CMO Virtual Summit is the only online event customised to help you with your current challenges. You’ll learn from the industry and connect to the solutions you need. Your time is valuable, and sticking to your budget is more important than ever. CONNECT CMO is designed to help you maximise your time and money for the best possible results.

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