A CLIC ‘18 video preview with Karen Robinson Cope, EVP of Nanolumens

Learn the inside secrets on building customer-centric marketing programs at CLIC.

We are thrilled at all the attendees who will be joining us at CLIC ‘18, October 3-4 in Atlanta. Perhaps you’ve already registered, or you’re still considering attending. This CMO conference is not your typical gathering in a hotel conference room for 1 ½ days. It’s an immersive field trip. We will visit organizations that have developed the “secret sauce” for blending marketing innovation with unforgettable customer experiences: Nanolumens and Atlanta United Football Club.

Here’s a sneak preview to give you an idea of the insights you’ll take away from CLIC from one of our innovation hosts: Karen Robinson Cope, the EVP of Nanolumens.

Watch the 14 minute discussion with Karen — click here.

Karen knows a few things about business growth, customer experience, and marketing innovation.

For example, Karen has raised over $100M in her life as a startup CEO. In this video, she talks about how her B2B sales team has doubled close rates within just three years. And she explains how sales and marketing work together to win 7-figure business from industry behemoths LG and Samsung.

You will learn some of her “inside secrets” on building customer-centric marketing programs when we meet at CLIC. Unfortunately, we are unable to share this “on tape!”

Click here for the interview.

If you haven’t already registered, sign up for CLIC here.

P.S. Remember to contact our Events Concierge, Jamie@energizegrowth.com, if you have any logistics or airport transfer needs. Here to help, and make your CLIC ‘18 experience extraordinary. We will keep posting new details and accepting more registrations at cmoclic.com.

Copyright 2018, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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