You’re invited to “The New Rules of Growth: The CEO-CMO Alliance”

Learn how strong CEO-CMO alliances are built and sustained (private luncheon)

What are you doing on October 24 for lunch?

Join us on October 24 in Atlanta for an exclusive luncheon for CEOs, Founders, and CMOs.

I’ll be co-leading a panel discussion on how CEOs and CMOs can partner in order to accelerate growth. The session is called “The New Rules of Growth: The CEO-CMO Alliance.”

Your peers from ParkMobile, List Partners, Atlanticus, ATL Convention & Visitors Bureau, LexisNexis, and others have already confirmed. Panelists include Jon Ziglar, CEO of Park Mobile and Jeff Hayzlett, Chairman and CEO of C-Suite Network.

We have designed this session to address the persistent concerns we hear that most CMOs still act like “order takers” and want to grow their impact as growth strategists. Challenges between CEOs and CMOs also still persist around team coordination, reporting, and growth planning.

This invite-only luncheon will provide you with tangible takeaways. I’ll also be sharing the results of my 48 CMO interviews to reveal how your experiences compare.

You can Register here. It’s complimentary for qualified attendees.

Here are additional details:

The New Rules of Growth: The CEO-CMO Alliance

  • Thursday, October 24, 2019
  • Noon – 2 pm
  • Chemistry Agency
  • 1045 W. Marietta St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Seating is VERY limited; no substitutes, solo consultants, or vendors please.

Register here.

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