Early Bird Rate for CLIC’16 Expires Friday…

Clicl-LogoThe early-bird rate for our 2nd annual CMOs Leading Innovation Conference (CLIC ’16) will end this Friday, April 15. This year, our conference happens at the historic Airlie Retreat Center in Warrenton, Virginia October 20-21 (just 45 minutes from Dulles Airport).

You will be joined by CMOs from Bozzuto, Informatica, Hilton, Gannett, NACD, and RES Software (to name a few). The 1 ½ day private conference features an evening reception, three panels, and a handful of top notch interactive sessions. CLIC ’16 is unique because no agencies or software companies attend for “vendor” sessions or pitching.

Some highlights of CLIC ‘16 will include:

    • Andy Yost, CMO of Gannett/USAToday, share how a newspaper company is transforming itself into a next generation media company, and the rapid changes that made it possible
    • A Star Panel of C-level B2B leaders who will outline their secrets to rapidly design, build and nurture branded customer and employee communities, and how they have helped them deepen customer insights, grow margins, and discover new product ideas
    • Peter Gold, CMO of Shop.com, shows you how being behind the pack in technology and innovation can actually be an advantage to growth hack your way to the top and earn your CEO’s commitmentPlus several other speakers and panels being announced shortly!

For more information about CLIC ‘16, and comments from our 2015 participants, go to: www.energizegrowth.com/clic. We have reserved overnight rooms at an incredibly low rate—50% are already reserved.

For registration and pricing information, go to: http://clic16.eventbrite.com. You will save at least $200 if you register before Friday, April 15.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Lisa

P.S. Want to bring one of your “innovation partners?” Be sure to share this link before Friday evening.

 

copyright 2016, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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