Food for Thought: CMO Valentine's Special

CMO Valentine's Day Special

Mid-January marks the perfect moment to shift gears from holiday mode. Embrace the new year's energy with an invitation to our exclusive Valentine's Day Special: Food for Thought event, designed for our marketing leaders community.

This gathering will bring together senior B2B marketing leaders for a delicious three course lunch as we engage in an insightful discussion on the key actions front of mind for the CIO, CTO, CISO and Chief Data and Digital Officers, the problems they need solving from partners, and how best to secure those partnerships.


It's a unique opportunity to share your perspective, gain valuable insights from peers, and build your network within HotTopics' marketing community.


Food for Thought event details:

📍 Location: Central London
🗓 Date: 14th February 2024
💡 Topic: 2024 Priorities for the Tech C-Suite — and How to Connect With Them 
🕛 Time:12 - 2 PM
👥 The Hosts: Peter Stojanovic, Editor | Doug Drinkwater, Director of Strategy

Reserve Your Spot: Spaces are limited for this special event, simply fill out the form below and we will be in touch.

Food for Thought lunches are exclusive gatherings, tailored for a select group of 10-12 technology 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 17,000 C-suite executives, equipping them with your essential industry insights. The lunch is recorded under Chatham House rules to ensure good quality, candid conversation.


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Gallery: Previous Food for Thought Lunches


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