Grab Your Seat Before June 15: CLIC ’18 Early Bird

4th Annual CMOs Leading Innovation Conference - October 3-4, 2018

CLIC 18 promo blog Lisa NirellSave the Date – CMOs Leading Innovation Conference (CLIC ’18), October 3-4 in Atlanta, GA.

This year’s conference theme is “Innovation Meets Experience.” And you will experience marketing innovation first-hand—by participating in actual field trips to meet some cool Atlanta organizations.  This is designed with many opportunities to apply key lessons to your industry and organization. (CLIC ’18 Early Bird rates now available through June 15, 2018.)

Here is a quick peek at our incredible speaker lineup…Karen Robinson

  • Want to know how a small LED display manufacturer keeps winning business against the likes of LG and Samsung? On October 3, we will learn their secrets from Nanolumens SVP, Karen Robinson Cope, and enjoy a Welcome Reception. In this session, “Beyond Screen Deep: How Nanolumens Built a Customer-Centric Marketing Culture, ” she will reveal a MarTech strategy that led to 2x close rates and average sale size within just three years.
  • Darren EalesOn October 4, our “innovation destination” is the Atlanta United Football Club’s state of the art Training Facility. I will sit down with Darren Eales, President of Atlanta United, to hear how ATLUTD has redefined how marketing and fan engagement happens within Major League Soccer.  His session is entitled  “From Zero to Heroes: How to Unite and Conquer Marketing and Fan Experience.” You will enjoy front row seats to this private discussion and facility tour!

Grab your Early Bird ticket before June 15 and save $250. Visit cmoclic.com.

Copyright 2018, Lisa Nirell.  All rights reserved.

Related posts:

       Recognizing CLIC ’17 Beacon Award winners     

       10 Reasons to Make Marketing Innovation CLIC     

       How to Think Like a Startup CMO (CLIC ’17)     

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