Media Corp International has announced the Australian Marketing Institute, (AMI) is an official partner for the 2015 CXO Leaders Summit.
This partnership exemplifies the level of proficiency for the CXO Leaders Summit and will prove to benefit the two day program that focuses on marketing strategies to improve customer experience.
“I’m delighted to announce this partnership between Media Corp International and the AMI for the CXO Leaders Summit,” said Lee Tonitto, CEO of AMI.
“Customer experience is a key issue for marketers today. Alliances and partnerships are crucial to our growth and serving the interests of our members. One of our key goals is to contribute to our members’ customer experience professional development and the CXO Leaders Summit provides a great opportunity for this.”
This strategic two day event was organised due to the current issues facing the industry and will focus on cutting-edge business challenges in the marketing sector. Leading marketing executives will be on hand to provide their professional insight; compressing years of experience into a systematic, well-organised learning program.
The continuous networking opportunities provide the chance to develop meaningful and valuable business relations. The event will also create a platform for service providers within the CX space to engage with these marketing and CX Leaders through a series of pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings.
These meeting provide a unique opportunity for parties to generate new business relationships. If you are a thought-leader within the marketing arena and are interested in attending this upcoming summit as a delegate or a supplier, please feel free to register your interest here and confirm your spot for the upcoming CXO Leaders Summit.
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