Raise your voice in a Town Hall debate: the future of marketing
If the future of marketing leadership isn’t what it used to be, the question is: what is the new normal? As a member of MENG, Marketing Executive Network Group, I urge you to attend the October evening town hall meeting, to raise your voice along with some of the best minds in marketing, in a debate on today’s key issues.
The MENG Marketing Leadership event team (including me) has taken special pains to make this event poignant and provocative. We've chosen the town hall format as the ideal way to publicly debate challenging issues, similar to those now being played out in our nation's political arena. Moderators and presenters will introduce two topics: The Need for Speed, and The Inevitability of Transparency, and will tee-up the critical importance and threats of each, as they affect marketing leadership. I can modestly say that our team has developed some provocative viewpoints on these issues...which I'm sure will be be met with even greater experience and authority from our highly qualified audience (if past events are any indication of the caliber of thinking and experience MENG attracts!).
I invite you to witness the event and also take sides on pointed topics and opinions. It's an opportunity to demonstrate your forward-looking views and to share in the analysis.
Since its inception, The MENG Evening Marketing Leadership series has addressed ways to elevate the level and impact of the top marketing function. Attend the MENG evening Marketing Leadership Town Hall Meeting and participate in a passionate debate of the central and controversial issues for moving business forward in the ‘new normal’ of this economy.
Date: October 1, 2009
Location: Information Resources Inc., 150 N Clinton St, Chicago, IL
Drinks and a hearty hors d’oeuvre buffet
6.30p - 8p program
Admission: $30 members, $40 non-members
The facility for this event is generously provided by IRI