Marketing Leadership Luncheon at the House of Commons

Food for Thought
Marketing Leadership Luncheon at the House of Commons


Step into the historic Houses of Parliament for an extraordinary "Food for Thought" luncheon. Held in the Members’ Dining Room, this event offers senior B2B marketing leaders a unique opportunity to dine amidst grandeur and history. Engage in high-level discussions and network with peers while enjoying a gourmet three-course meal in one of the UK's most iconic venues.

At this exclusive lunch, we will share the results from our first-ever B2B CMO Benchmark Report. This annual report will serve as a cornerstone for B2B marketing leaders, offering a detailed comparison of marketing strategies, talent and team structures, budget allocations, buyer journeys, sales cycles, and more across the technology industry.


Marketing Leadership Luncheon at the House of Commons

📍 Location: House of Commons
🗓 Date: 25th September 2024
🕛 Time:12.30 - 2.30 PM
👥 The Hosts: Peter Stojanovic, Editor | Doug Drinkwater, Director of Strategy


Food for Thought lunches are exclusive gatherings, tailored for a select group of leaders, providing a unique space to discuss topics vital to the C-suite.

The insights shared during this event will be turned into a HotTopics Whitepaper to share these valuable perspectives with a global audience of 18,000 C-suite executives, equipping them with your essential industry insights. The lunch is recorded under Chatham House rules to ensure good quality, candid conversation.


Secure your seat at the table

Secure your seat and join peers in enjoying expert debate in a superb atmosphere and lunch experience. Places are limited.



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