Creating Market Leadership
Technology moves quickly, thus understanding marketing trends that make an impact is critical in creating market leadership. This edition of C-Suite Executive Briefings features top thought leader Donovan Neale-May, Founder and Executive Director of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council, Executive Director of the Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network, and Co-Founder and Managing Partner of The SABLE Accelerator (South African Business Link to Experts).
Donovan will be discussing how keeping pace with the latest digital marketing trends is challenging, at most. Join us as we gain insight from our thought leader who’s highly regarded within the marketing industry, as he shares his thoughts and insider business trends for creating market leadership.
About Our Thought Leader:
Donovan Neale-May, is Founder and Executive Director of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council (www.cmocouncil.org), a global affinity network of more than 12,000 senior marketing executives controlling some $500 billion in annual, aggregated marketing spend. Neale-May is also Executive Director of the Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network (www.bpinetwork.org), a global community of executive change agents dedicated to transformation, business remodeling, process innovation and corporate renovation.
In addition, he is also the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of The SABLE Accelerator (South African Business Link to Experts), a trusted knowledge network of global South Africans providing mentoring and consulting services to South African companies, entrepreneurs and institutions seeking to fund or commercialize innovation, as well as enter, grow, and partner in worldwide markets.
The C-Suite Network proudly hosts Executive Briefings, a 30-minute complimentary online event featuring executive thought leaders discussing issues important to C-Suite Leaders. Executive Briefings’ host and CEO of C-Suite Network, Thomas White, will interview each month’s thought leaders to provide insight on business trends.