CMO conference an event not to be missed

  • Business
  • Saturday, 13 Aug 2016

Maxis head of marketing services Sulin Lau believes that the only thing stopping more women rising to the top in the industry is whether these young women are interested in a career in tech in the first place.

THE Malaysian chief marketing officers (CMO) conference has become a landmark event for all serious marketing communications and media professionals.

Apart from learning cutting-edge knowledge and listening to real-market experiences from the speakers and panelists, it is also a great opportunity to network with thinkers from the marketing, media, advertising, digital and content ecosystem.

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