CMO Southern California Roundtable Dinner | Mar 20, 2018 | Los Angeles, CA, USA

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The CMO Southern California Roundtable Dinner is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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For more information about the CMO Southern California Roundtable Dinner contact marketing@cdmmedia.com

 

Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Very instructive as usual with brilliant speakers, good networking opportunities.

Vice-President IT Projects, Société Générale Private Banking

The CDM Media events continue to get better. Topics and the quality of the sessions have even significantly improved since I was last at a CDM event. Discussions had a lot of depth. Overall, it was a great event and I'd definitely attend another.

SVP - Digital Strategy, Banco Popular

Excellent exposure and great access to key IT people within some of the top brands. Having 1-on-1 time like we did was invaluable. Every meeting I had- I have a follow-up meeting. This was a well organized event, great access to key customers, 1-on-1 meetings were fantastic and the entire CDM Media staff was professional, accommodating and a pleasure to work with.

Sr. Business Development Executive- Enterprise, Cloud & Content

Great venue! Well organized and planned with lots of new connections and several follow-up meetings to come. Valuable takeaways on the current and future vision for cyber security.

Director, IT Services & Risk Management, North America at Weston Foods, Weston Foods

It was one of the greatest events I ever participated. Great CIO's there and really nice agenda.

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