Join Us: “The Innovation Songbook” – CLIC ‘23

Let’s make marketing music in Nashville
Let’s make marketing music in Nashville

I’m pleased to invite you November 2-3 for the 7th CMOs Leading Innovation Conference (CLIC ’23).

Our theme – “The Innovation Songbook” – will help you craft new strategies to outpace competitors, think more strategically, and thrive in the year ahead.

In an era of career disruption, generative AI, and economic turmoil, CMOs and Chief Growth Officers face cacophonous change.

Our sessions help you align your organization with these new realities in a trusting, fun, and intimate learning environment.

CLIC ’23 creates a forum to help you:

  • Harness new technologies and strategies before your competitors
  • Reinvigorate your personal and organizational growth strategy.
  • Leverage resources to accelerate company growth.
  • Design frameworks to fuel an innovative team.
  • Collaborate with bright minds from diverse backgrounds.

This year, Belmont University hosts our cohort. Details and faculty lineup here.

You will be in great company with leaders from:

  • AARP
  • AllianceBernstein
  • Belmont University
  • Blackbaud
  • Coca-Cola (former officer)
  • CoStar Group
  • Microsoft

And more.

Topics include:

  • Innovation in the Age of AI: What’s Next
  • Composing Your Innovation Mindset
  • Finding a New Brand Rhythm During Disruption: Belmont Case Study
  • How CMOs Conduct Board-Level Innovations and Influence – power panel
  • The Four Ps of Harmonious Marketing Innovation – Pinki Mehta

Your registration fee includes:

  • Hotel night at Moxy Vanderbilt Hotel
  • Lunch, reception, entertainment, and light breakfast
  • All conference materials
  • Pre-CLIC virtual session in September
  • Cohort-only recordings

And the bonus?

We host a pitch-free, poaching-free zone. No agencies or vendors participate.

Innovation has never been more important for marketing leaders and growth champions. Invest 1 ½ days to rewrite your songbook—and harmonize your career growth.

Register here and save at least $300 before May 16.

Let’s make marketing music in Nashville.

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