By adaptive - June 21st, 2013

Significant gathering of corporate executives in New York to debate and discuss how marketing and communications will evolve over the next twelve months. Brands include Sony, L’Oreal, Skype and more

Friday June 14, New York

Incite Marketing and Communications has recently launched Incite:Marketing and Incite:Communications, two co-located business conferences designed to investigate how large brands can future-proof their external outreach strategies.

Taking customer-centricity, multi-channel marketing and changing internal infrastructures as the main themes, the Summits will bring together a large group of corporate leaders.

The conference organisers are pleased to welcome a large group of CMOs and CCOs to share their insight with an audience of 300 marketing and communications professionals.

Claire Burns, the Chief Customer Officer at insurance giant MetLife said of the conference:

“It’s going to be a thought leadership event that’s almost unparalleled”

Chris Krohn, Chief Marketing Officer at agrees:

“It’s a terrific set of attendees. And the panellists? Very impressive”

Burns and Krohn join a roster of senior executives including

  • Marc Speichert, Chief Marketing Officer, L’Oreal USA
  • Mike Fasulo, Chief Marketing Officer, Sony Electronics
  • Russ Klein, Chief Marketing Officer, Arby’s Restaurants
  • Dan Lewis, Chief Public Affairs Officer at Molson Coors
  • Nicki Briggs, Chief Communications Officer, Chobani
  • Michael Zuna, Chief Marketing Officer, Aflac
  • Robin Rotenberg, Chief Communications Officer, BASF

The innovative conference format - banning powerpoint presentations and allowing the marketing and communications community to determine the questions asked of the corporate leaders speaking, has also won praise. Sherry Pudloski, another speaker and the Vice-President of External Communications at Pfizer, said  

“The Incite Summit takes a more modern approach to conferences. It’s more of a dialogue than a diatribe”

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