Want to Learn What Successful Chief Marketing Officers Have to Say?
If your answer is a definitive YES, then you are in luck because on July 12th beginning at 4:30 pm, you have a chance to do exactly that at a Young Jewish Professionals (YJP) event.
Hear from CMOs such as Pinterest’s Eric Edge, Nestle Nespresso’s Davide Moro, Grubhub’s Barbara Martin Coppola, and at nearly 20 additional CMOs and communications specialists, 19 of which are going to be speakers at the event. The co-chair is Brad Horowitz, CEO of Elite Marketing Group and integrated as well as experiential marketing specialist. Moderators will be Playbuzz’s chief storyteller, Shachar Orren, and Innovid’s SVP of Marketing and Communications, Jen Whelan. Whelan’s background focuses on the tech world, having worked with companies such as Qualcomm, Microsoft, Intel, and T-Mobile for over 20 years. She sits on the Forbes Community Council, and at Innovid her focus is on leading their global integrated marketing and communications work.
The full cast of speakers include:
Aditi Gokhale – CMO at Northwestern Mutual
Barbara Martin Coppola – CMO at Grubhub
Bob Pascal – CMO at Centerplate
Dave Edelman – CMO at Aetna
Davide Moro – Marketing VP at Nestle Nespresso
Diane Paoletta – CMO at Marks Paneth LLP
Eric Edge – CMO and Partner at Pinterest
Gary Singer – CMO and Partner at A. T. Kearney
Jeffrey K. Rohrs – CMO at Yext
Josh London – CMO at IDG
Joshua Machiz – Chief Digital Officer at NASDAQ
Lauren Flaherty – EVP and CMO at CA Technologies
Linda Orton – Global CMO, Entrepreneur, Speaker, and Author at Alvarez & Marsal
Margaret Magnarelli – Managing Editor of Content and Sr. Director of Marketing at Monster
Matt Preschern – EVP and CMO at HCL Technologies
Raja Banerji – CMO at Tata Consultancy Services
Simon Mouyal – CMO and SVP at Medidata
Sudeep Arya – Director e-Commerce Development at David Yurman
Tony Branda – Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Embrace Home Loans
Since there will only be two sessions – one beginning at 4:45 pm and the other at 6:30 pm. It’s going to be a challenge to decide where to spend that time, but whatever choices you make, it will be worth it because it’s an exclusive group attending as well as those speaking. To attend, you’ll need to make an application, and those attending must be a CEO, CMO, CCO, or a recognized authority in their given industry. Those invited to attend can expect the opportunity to forge long-lasting, sincere relationships in upscale, comfortable, small group settings with top talent, and C-level industry peers as well as Senior Level Executives within the Marketing & Communications Industry.