CMO Club Demographics and Facts
The CMO Club ( was created for the unique purpose of bringing heads of marketing together in a private, exclusive environment of openness, & contribution that enables them to be more valuable and inspired revenue generators, leaders, marketers, and officers. 

Tailored exclusively to top marketing executives, this club hosts heads of marketing only dinners and events, shares reports and research from members plus leaders in the marketing industry, videos and CMO worthy shows at , and leverages the first online community for "Heads of Marketing only" for sharing ideas, helping each other solve their biggest challenges as Heads of Marketing, and serving as a resource for career development and opportunities. The CMO Club was founded in 2007 by seasoned marketing executive Pete Krainik and currently has more than 850 members worldwide, all heads of marketing.

Benefits and Differences vs. other Marketing Groups
Exclusivity – Only Heads of Marketing ( no vendors or junior marketers as members )
‘The Club supports the most engaged group of Heads of Marketing in the world through 5-6 dinners per year, per city, semi-annual CMOs only summits and 24/7 private digital community platform for meeting, sharing CMO endorsed content, rating vendors, sharing CMO Jobs, and building lifetime peer relationships.
CMO approved and Curated content sharing, research, vendor ratings and education.
Best B2B executive community platform (awarded, B2B Magazine in 2012).
CMO Chapter Presidents leading the club include: Kim Feil, CMO – OfficeMax, Paula Puleo, CMO – Michaels, Susan Lintonsmith, CMO – Quiznos, Wendy Newman, CMO – AMN Healthcare, Evan Greene, CMO – The Recording Academy, Snehal Desai, GM – Dow Water, Nancy Smith, CMO – iRobot, James Brown, CMO – Superior Energy Services, Carol Godfrey, CMO – Southwire, Cammie Dunaway, CMO – KidZania, Ani Matson, CMO – NEA Member Benefits and Christine Nassick, SVP Marketing at DHL Express.
Over 40% of members from $ billion Brands with 52% B2C and 48% B2B. 

Zero tolerance spamming and selling policy.


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