Conquer Innovation Resistance: CLIC ’17 Early Bird Ends Soon

Join us for the 3rd annual CMOs Leading Innovation Conference

Are you a VP of Marketing, Head of Corporate Strategy, CMO, or CEO? Then you’re invited to our 3rd annual CMOs Leading Innovation Conference (CLIC ’17) November 9-10 in Warrenton, VA (just 40 minutes from Dulles Airport). The CLIC ’17 Early Bird closes on May 15, 2017.

This year, our theme is “Conquering Innovation Resistance.”

You will be joined by C-suite executives from Gannett/USA TODAY, WeddingWire, Sonatype, Southwest Airlines, RES Software, Bozzuto, TESSCO Technologies, and Hilton.

Speakers include:

  • Jeff Perkins, CMO of QASymphony
  • Monique Elliott, Global Head of Ecommerce, GE Energy Connections
  • Tarek Kamil, CEO of personalization powerhouse, Cerkl
  • Matt Howard, CMO of Sonatype (and recovering CEO)
  • Katie Keating, CMO of SRI International (yes, the inventors of Siri)

 Save $250 if you register before May 15. Don’t wait; we are now ½ full. Here’s the information and registration page.

Still thinking about it? Check out these videos and comments from Adobe’s CMO.com Contributing Editor, Steve Cook:

CLIC ’16: CMOs Lead Innovation From “Now” to “Next.”

and some short CMO video interviews here:

CMOs Discuss Transformations that Most Changed Their Roles

Hope you can join us, and take advantage of the CLIC ’17 Early Bird.

Here are some related posts:

10 Reasons to Make Marketing Innovation CLIC

First annual CMO Beacon Award

Marketing Innovation: Help from Honeybees

 

copyright 2017, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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