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Marketing Peer Networks
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C

  1. Competitive Intelligence Council

    Provides a platform for intensive, off-the-record exchange of ideas and experiences in competitive intelligence/analysis activities. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking, and ability to develop best and next practices.

  2. Corporate Brand Strategy & Management Council

    This Council provides state-of-the-art discussion focused on key branding issues and management practices. Members are the senior most executive responsible for managing the corporate brand. They value the confidential and trusted network year-round.

  3. Council for CMOs

    The CMO is arguably the least understood executive in the C-suite by both the outside world and internal audiences. We focus on marketing challenges in business transformation,including growth,reputation management,change management and talent engagement.

D

  1. Digital Marketing Strategy Council

    Allows senior executives to systematically analyze the profound impact of new information technologies on corporate strategy, marketing, and product development. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

I

  1. Integrated Marketing Communications Council

    In today’s marketplace where power is shifting from brands pushing to consumers curating, Integrated Marketing Communications is a mandatory mindset for any company that is putting the customer at the heart of the enterprise.

S

  1. Sales Compensation Council II

    The Sales Compensation Council II provides a dynamic forum for members to share experiences and explore ideas on addressing the challenges in sales compensation plan design, communication and maintenance in order to achieve business growth objectives.

  2. Sales Enablement Leaders Council

    The Council brings together Sales Enablement leaders who believe in the strategic importance of this rapidly emerging field in order to create a peer community, address challenges, and establish the criteria and best practices for success in the role.

  3. Sales Executives Council

    The development of a leading edge sales organization can drive increased customer loyalty and consistent sales growth and revenues. Sales executives share best practices while navigating the complexities of leading an effective sales organization.

  4. Social Media Council

    Social media is an ever-changing and critical component of communications and marketing strategy, so convening with peers is incredibly important. Members meet three times a year to discuss challenges they’re currently facing and best practices.