Now Available: CMO Innovation Trends Survey

HP_WPIconWe just launched our 4th annual CMO Innovation Trends survey to help senior marketers learn what growth and innovation opportunities their peers are facing in the industry today.

If you are a VP of Marketing or CMO, will you please participate in this 2 1/2 minute survey now?

This survey contains only 9 questions. For participating in this survey, we will send you:

  • An Executive Summary to help you see how your investments and issues compare to peers
  • An MP3 replay with key insights and recommendations
  • A series of short videos with marketing innovation tips from our annual CMO Conference

Go here to complete the survey: http://tinyurl.com/CMOtrends16

Thank you for participating–we sincerely value your input. You’ll be one of the first to see the results in early Fall.

And by the way–If you did not receive our 2015-16 study you can contact me for the link to download. You will also receive additional bonuses, including our Marketing Innovation Quotient Quiz.

— Lisa

P.S. Be sure to answer Question #10– when you provide your email address and name, you will be the first to receive the Summary. Here is the link again.

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