Private Breakfast in DC, June 16: “The New Rules of Growth: The CEO-CMO Alliance”

Join your C-Suite peers and learn how to accelerate growth through deeper collaboration and trust.

We’re hosting a complimentary CEO-CMO breakfast on April 16 in Washington, DC from 8-10 am. Join leaders from prominent organizations for a confidential discussion on how CEOs and CMOs can partner in order to accelerate sustainable growth.

This topic is very timely. We have been working with hundreds of CMOs over the past 7 years—and, in spite of AI, MarTech, and other technological advances, CMOs remain unsure of how to align their priorities with the CEO’s vision and board expectations. Challenges remain around coordination, reporting, and growth planning among these key stakeholders.

Our special guests include TopGolf CMO, Stuart Foster, and ChurnZero CEO, You Mon Tsang

You will also be joined by your peers from AARP, Fonteva, Medstar Health, Bozzuto, ASAE, and more.

You will walk away with pragmatic strategies to help you become a growth champion and strategic collaborator across your organization. We will also guide table talks to deepen the conversation.

Space is extremely limited and reserved for non-agency/consultant, client-side senior level marketing executives. Please register here to confirm your seat and receive additional details. Following our breakfast and networking, we will start discussions at 8:30 am sharp.

We extend our special thanks to Sitecore for sponsoring this complimentary breakfast at the Hotel Sofitel.

In addition, attendees will receive a discount code to attend the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit following the breakfast. The Summit is happening within a short walk of the breakfast at NEA Headquarters. Please register here first to reserve your seat and receive your unique discount code.

The rules of marketing leadership have truly changed. Learn how you can adapt and thrive in our time-tested, confidential peer venue.

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