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Jim Stengel, former CMO of the largest marketer in the world (Procter & Gamble), and now small company entrepreneur sits down for intimate conversations with the most dynamic CMOs from all over the industry. This is not your typical marketing podcast, this is a unique look at the thought process and motivation of the CMO. Jim, who put purpose on the map gets in depth with each guest to reveal more about this pivotal role every brand seeks to fill. Through personal and revealing discussions Jim and his guests paint a picture of this demanding position that very few understand, yet affects the entire consumer experience.
Jill Cress Aligning Purpose and Commerce at PayPal
Before joining Paypal, Jill was the General Manager and CMO of National Geographic Partners and was the SVP of Global Consumer Marketing at Mastercard. In this episode, Jill talks about how she was able to bring a legacy brand like National Geographic and introduce it to a new digital audience. Jill also talks how her time at Mastercard put her on a career path aligning consumer insights and brand purpose.
In her new role at Paypal, Jill tells Jim how she wants to solve problems that matter to global consumers and Paypal's vision to do good in the world.
|Jan 15, 2020|
Adam Petrick | From Shoe Company To Lifestyle Brand
Adam Petrick is a perfect example of someone who has spent his entire career working for a brand he loves. He has spent the last 20 years climbing the ladder at Puma. Starting as an Interactive Marketing Project Manager, he has gone on to become Puma's Global Director of Brand and Marketing. A rare feat in business in this day and age. Puma has gone through a lot of changes in the past decade, becoming an incredibly relevant lifestyle brand.
Adam talks to Jim about how connected Puma is to their purpose and the company's brave history when it comes to causes. He explains how important the brand ambassadors are when it comes to spreading the brand's values. He also discusses Puma's shift from simply a shoe company to a culture, fashion, and lifestyle brand.
|Jan 08, 2020|
Heather Malenshek | For the Love of Motorcycles and Milwaukee
Heather Malenshek started to ride motorcycles at the age of 12 in the small village of Craigellachie, Scotland. That passion for riding and a knack for marketing led her to become the Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Marketing & Brand for the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. While she is no longer with the company, riding is still a major part of her life. Prior to Harley-Davidson, Heather worked at British Airways in the '90s. She later spent 8 years at the advertising company DDB. Forbes most recently listed her as one of the World's Most Influential CMOs in 2018 and 2019.
Since the time of this recording, Heather has moved on from Harley-Davidson. While she was at the company, she did great things and loved every minute of it. Her passion for the brand is palpable, as she discusses her beginnings learning about riding motorcycles from her grandfather and what it's like to ride an electric Harley. She also talks about what it takes to evolve a brand that is over 100 years old through passion and purpose.
|Jan 01, 2020|
Diego Scotti | Collecting Experiences, Not Titles
You could call it serendipitous that Diego Scotti would one day end up as VP of Global Advertising and Brand Management for American Express. As a child, AMEX quite literally saved him and his family during a trip abroad after they lost their passports – but Diego would call it a learning experience (one he says is part of a collection that make up his career). He calls them that because he feels a person's career should be about gaining knowledge not a ladder that must be climbed from one position to the next. In addition to American Express, Diego held executive marketing positions at J.Crew and Vogue magazine. He is currently the EVP and CMO of Verizon, a role he has held for the last 5 years. In 2007, Ad Age named Diego in their list of Marketing Top 40 Under 40 list.
In this discussion, Diego talks deeply about his career and why he thinks loyalty and partnerships are so important when it comes to a client's relationship with agencies. Plus, the two have a poignant talk about Diego's late father who fought for democracy in Argentina.
|Dec 25, 2019|
Alegra O'Hare | The GAP Between Moving Quickly & Slowly Listening
Alegra O'Hare is the CMO of the American clothing company, GAP. In this role, Alegra oversees global marketing including communications, retail, digital, social media and PR. In her first year in this role, Alegra talks about her quest to focus on finding a pool of diverse team members to push creative boundaries for GAP.
In this conversation, Alegra talks about how to act quickly to stay ahead of trends while being mindful to listen to her team as they move forward. She also talks about the exciting challenges of re-building this culturally relevant brand through their heritage products
|Dec 18, 2019|
Seth Solomons | Marketing The High Performance Lifestyle
Before Seth Solomons was named Equinox's CMO in May he was a loyal member for over a decade. With over 25 years experience in marketing and a serious interest in a high performance lifestyle he is the right guy for Equinox. For over 11 years Seth was the Global CMO for Digitas, a marketing and technology agency and he was also the CEO of the agency Wunderman.
In this episode, Seth discusses onboarding at Equinox and explains why they are a fitness club, not a gym. Seth stresses the importance of hospitality and customer service not only for Equinox but for all companies.
|Dec 11, 2019|
Selena Kalvaria | The Difference Between Marketing and Brand
When you think of traveling, Selena Kalvaria wants you to think of Away. Selena is the SVP of Brand at Away, a luggage company that has now infiltrated almost every aspect of travel. Before Away, Selena was working in marketing at Anheuser-Busch after she was Associate Brand Manager for Smirnoff Ice at Diageo.
In this episode, Selena discusses how she got into marketing after studying math and art history at Princeton. She stresses how important it is to understand the difference between marketing and brand. Selena talks about how using real time data successfully makes Away customer obsessed.
|Dec 04, 2019|
David Rubin | NYT Is More Than Fit To Print
David Rubin is Chief Marketing Officer at The New York Times. As CMO, he is responsible for all acquisition and performance marketing, which helps to grow The Times' digital consumer business. He has been successfully marketing all sections and franchises of the company, including journalism, culinary content, television initiatives, podcasts and more.
David joined The New York Times in 2016 as Senior Vice President and Head of Audience and Brand, where he led the development of award-winning advertising campaigns. In 2018, he was named one of Business Insider's “25 Most Innovative CMOs in the World.”
Before joining the newspaper, David worked in brand development for both consumer products and digital media. Some of his highlights include the launch of Axe body spray and taking the reigns of Unilever's USA hair care division. After that, he joined Pinterest, where he was tasked with expanding the appeal of the brand.
|Nov 27, 2019|
Stephanie Buscemi |Salesforce's New Era of Customer-Based Marketing
Stephanie Buscemi traded her broadcasting ambitions for a career in marketing. After high profile marketing executive jobs at SAP and IHS Markit, she is currently Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Salesforce. Adweek named Stephanie as one of their top Chief Marketing Technology Officers list. Stephanie is also the co-author of Driven to Perform: Risk-Aware Performance Management from Strategy Through Execution.
In this discussion Stephanie talks about her career in marketing and how the role of CMO is evolving. She puts an emphasis on getting input from customers and explains why Salesforce, while doing extremely well, is reinventing how they go about brand awareness.
|Nov 20, 2019|
Ralph Mitchell | Marketing America's Pastime
In our very first sports episode, Ralph talks about the work that goes into overseeing the marketing of a professional baseball team. With more and more ways to watch baseball, Ralph and his team are finding ways to keep the park vibrant and inviting for fans of all ages. He discusses the innovative ways he and his team keep retention in the baseball park up, including being the first professional ballpark to have a nursing station.
|Nov 13, 2019|
Amanda Rassi | Rebranding Kroger
Amanda Rassi is the Vice President of Marketing at The Kroger Co., the largest supermarket chain by revenue in the United States. She began working with the company as the Vice President of Analytics and Primary Research for consumer data company 84.51°, which is a division of The Kroger Co. From there, she became The Kroger Co.'s Head of Brand Building. Earlier this year, she was promoted to the VP of Marketing for the supermarket chain.
At the helm of marketing for The Kroger Co. and with her insights on consumer data, Amanda is taking a bold step by rebranding the company. On this episode's release date, The Kroger Co.'s new brand campaign will kick-off. Amanda shares how she decided The Kroger Co. needed a new look and the data that drove this decision.
|Nov 06, 2019|
Wendy Clark | Thick Skin and a Global Mindset
Wendy Clark is the CEO of DDB Worldwide, one of the largest advertising companies in the world. She has nearly 30 years experience holding executive marketing positions with GSD&M, AT&T, and Coca-Cola. Earlier this year she was inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame. Wendy and her family frequently volunteer for Homes of Hope building homes for needy families abroad.
Wendy discusses those who have mentored and inspired her while also elaborating on why it is important to think globally and be diplomatic by bringing people together through marketing. She expresses a desire to have her clients give clear feedback. Wendy describes how touched she was when her children inducted her into the Marketing Hall of Fame. She says she wishes to be remembered not for her business achievements but for her character.
|Oct 30, 2019|
Michael Fisher | Creating a Culture of Kindness, Care & Healthcare Innovations
Michael Fisher became the President and CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, a nonprofit, pediatric, academic medical center, in January 2010. It is one of the top 3 children's hospitals in the country with a revenue of over 2.5 billion a year. He leads an organization of more than 15,000 employees who had more than 1.3 million patient encounters with children from all 50 U.S. states and more than 60 countries last year.
In this intimate conversation, Michael talks about what it is like to operate and lead not only a large non-profit but one of the best children's hospitals in the world. He also talks about how to spread purpose among the companies 15,000 employees, and much more.
|Oct 23, 2019|
Adam Symson | Podcasting is the Future of Journalism and Storytelling
Adam Symson is the president and CEO of The E.W. Scripps Company, which is a multi-media conglomerate based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, founded in 1878. E.W. Scripps is the parent company of, local TV stations (60 television stations in 42 markets) national news network Newsy and popular national broadcast networks including Court TV and Bounce, and more. In 2015, E.W. Scripps acquired podcast industry leader Midroll Media – now rebranded Stitcher. E.W. Scripps is now one of the biggest players in podcasting thanks to their sheer amount of content, monetization strategies and the Stitcher app.
In this conversation, Adam talks about the challenges he faced when becoming CEO and his unlikely path to the role from his beginnings as an investigative journalist. Plus the importance of building news literacy in America and much more.
|Oct 16, 2019|
Stuart Aitken | Data-Driven Creativity
Stuart Aitken is the CEO of 84.51˚, a data science company that connects customers to brands. Prior to this role, Stuart was the CMO of arts and crafts company Michaels and the Global Vice President of Marketing Strategies for supermarket chain Safeway.
84.51˚ has worked with some of the largest retailers and brands – including Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, Unilever and more. Now, the company has a strategic partnership with Kroger, the largest supermarket chain in the United States.
In this conversation, Stuart discusses how his love for computer science at a young age gave him the tools and insights to find the right data to help consumers and brands. He also talks about the future of retail and the tepid relationship between data and advertising.
|Oct 09, 2019|
Diana O'Brien | Making an Impact that Matters
If you've been with a company for just about 25 years you know a thing or two about the company's culture and values, which makes Diana O'Brien the ideal person to oversee Deloitte's marketing. She is currently Deloitte's Global Chief Marketing Officer. She was chosen to open Deloitte University, the company's innovative leadership education school. She proudly carries out the company's widely understood purpose, "making an impact that matters".
In this podcast, recorded live at the University of Cincinnati's Lindner College of Business, Diana is candid about her professional life and personal life, juggling major executive roles while raising autistic triplets. She explains why Deloitte is a perfect place for her to innovate and grow while also stress purpose.
|Oct 02, 2019|
Marc Pritchard | A Force for Growth and Good
For 37 years Marc Pritchard has been working for Procter & Gamble. After Marc graduated from Indiana University in 1982 he worked as a cost analyst for Procter & Gamble and now oversees their marketing. In 2008 Marc became P & G's Global Marketing Officer succeeding Jim. After some name changes, Marc is now P & G's Chief Brand Officer. Marc leads the marketing of over 60 brands for a company that services 5 billion people worldwide.
This was recorded live at the University of Cincinnati's Lindner College of Business. It is also the first time Marc and Jim have publicly discussed their roles together. Marc talks about building on Jim's innovative purpose-driven marketing strategies, and why he thinks purpose is the future of marketing. He discusses overseeing campaigns for the Olympics and the Super Bowl.
|Sep 25, 2019|
Pete Blackshaw | Utilizing and Building on Traditional Marketing
Pete Blackshaw is an executive with an entrepreneurial spirit and a keen eye on marketing. He's the CEO of Cintrifuse, a company that utilizes networks to help launch startups. He was Brand Manager at Procter & Gamble then CEO of PlanetFeedback.com. When Planet Feedback was bought by Neilsen he became their Executive Vice-President of Digital Strategic Services. He is also the author of 2008's Satisfied Customers Tell Three Friends, Angry Customers Tell 3,000.
In this episode Pete discusses his career and values as an executive and marketer. His initial interest for politics transformed into a passion for business. He talks about how he has seen the internet evolve and how he thinks marketers should appreciate the traditional values while also build on the past. Plus, a surprise nugget about his contribution to one of the biggest cult classic films of the 90s.
|Sep 18, 2019|
Raja Rajamannar | On a Journey to Keep Learning
Raja Rajamannar is the chief marketing and communications officer for Mastercard and president of the company’s healthcare business. Previously holding executive roles at Anthem, Humana, Unilever, and Citibank, Raja is one of the most respected and innovative marketers around. While you're choosing an inflight film to watch is reading about the next wave of technological advancements. He is on a never ending quest to learn as much as he can through research, reading and meeting with leaders in various fields.
Raja and Jim discuss Raja's constant exploration of new technologies. He talks about how aligning purpose helps the public and the company and achieves synergy. Plus, a look at how Raja launched sonic branding for Mastercard, an avenue in marketing that is becoming more and more important.
|Sep 11, 2019|
Brian Kenny | Telling the story of HBS
Brian Kenny is the chief marketing & communications officer for the Harvard Business School. Brian is the school's first CMO and started his tenure at Harvard a couple of weeks before the 2008 financial crisis. Brian was faced with an uphill battle, so he decided him and his team had to focus on all of the positive things HBS contributed to the world, instead of just boasting services of incoming students.
During his tenure, HBS is largely considered one of the best business schools in the world, and is the most well-known business school by the general public. In this conversation, Jim and Brian talk about a business school's purpose, and what makes a great leader.
|Sep 04, 2019|
Josh Dean | Having a Purpose is Swell
Josh Dean has been the CMO of S'well for only a few months, but he is clearly the man for the job. He's a guy who has always put purpose as a priority which makes him right at home at a company like S'well that is taking on our consumption of plastic. Josh spent 10 years at Unilever then became the VP of Brand Communications at Chobani. Before joining S'well he was the CMO for Tommy John.
Josh talks about going from being an actor and stage director to being a marketer in the corporate world. He discusses how much we use plastic and how S'well is growing to promote their purpose and spread the word on re-usable bottles.
|Aug 28, 2019|
Amanda Tolleson | Building The Customer Experience
This is a special episode of The CMO Podcast as it's our first show recorded in front of a live audience!
Amanda Tolleson is the Chief Customer Officer for Birchbox and is on the Forbes Top 50 list! Birchbox is one of the first monthly subscription services that sends its subscribers a box of four to five selected samples of makeup. Amanda's purpose is not to figure out how to be the biggest direct to a consumer beauty box, but to build an experience for their customers.
In this conversation, Amanda talks about how she took a big risk joining Birchbox by leaving a job she loved in a field completely different from marketing. She describes the full circle adventure that motivated her to join Birchbox and how it all began when she met the founders when they were in business school, and offered them free marketing advice during their crucial first year. This live recording of the CMO Podcast was recorded at Made By We.
|Aug 21, 2019|
David Kidder & Christina Wallace | What David Can Teach Goliath
David Kidder is the co-founder of Bionic and Christina Wallace SVP of growth. Bionic is a company that helps large businesses scale and staff just like a startup. In April, David and Christina published the business book, "New to Big" which talks about their The Growth OS which is a tool that bionic uses to help established organizations think like entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.
In this conversation, David and Christina get candid about how large companies need to approach growth differently in order to compete. They also explain the Growth OS, and how startups have a competitive edge.
|Aug 14, 2019|
Michelle Peluso | Agility Is Key
Michelle Peluso is the SVP of Digital Sales & Chief Marketing Officer at IBM. She has a storied background, from being a White House fellow during the Clinton administration to being the CEO of some major companies including Travelocity and Guilt. Along with having experience as a CEO, Michelle was also the Global Consumer Chief Marketing and Internet Officer at Citi Bank and is currently a board director of Nike.
On this episode, Michelle talks to Jim about her mentors and how they played a part in her leadership decisions. Plus, how each position through out her career helped inform her on how to lead with purpose in her new roles. During her time at IBM, Michelle has not only brought attention to all the great things Big Blue is doing but also upended the corporate communication model to be more "agile." This is an episode that will inspire you and help you understand how to best motivate your team and colleagues.
|Aug 07, 2019|
Tim Armstrong | A Personal Mission Statement
In many ways Tim Armstrong is a larger than life executive. Tall in stature and tall in achievement. Tim has had a diverse career trajectory in a short amount of time. Not yet 50, he has been US sales Chief for Google, the CEO of AOL, and recently started the direct-to-consumer endeavor, The DTX Company. His travels have put him face to face with countless marketers and CMOs.
Tim discusses his interesting career path, how mentors have helped him as he's navigated different areas of business, and the important relationships he's had with CMOs.
|Jul 31, 2019|
Alicia Tillman | The Value of Working with Allies
Alicia Tillman got her strong work ethic from her parents, but especially from her mom, a widow and working mom who raised 3 kids. After 11 years with American Express, Alicia became the Global CMO of SAP, a $24 billion software company. After 2 years, she's turning the business into a marketing powerhouse. Alicia was ranked 14th in Forbes' 2019 list of World's 50 Most Influential CMOs.
Speaking with Jim from Cannes Lions, Alicia discusses lessons learned about hard work, never abandoning your team and how SAP is helping solve real world problem. Plus, her goal to make SAP one of the top 10 brands in the world.
|Jul 24, 2019|
Roel De Vries | An Industry Without Competition Will Die
Roel De Vries has spent his entire career in the car business. He has been with Nissan Motor Corp for 21 years and is currently their Corporate Vice President/Global Head of Marketing, Communications, Customer Experience and Brand.
In this conversation Roel and Jim talk about how marketing is evolving and thoughts on where the industry is heading. Also, the importance of competition and how it stimulates innovation, and how industry disrupters help feed creativity. Plus, the amazing story of Roel's meeting and subsequent work with Nelson Mandela.
|Jul 17, 2019|
Lorraine Barber-Miller | B2B with Purpose
Lorraine Barber-Miller is an accomplished global CMO recognized for building businesses. She started her career in sales at IBM right out of college. During her time at big blue she climbed the ladder and eventually became IBM's Vice President of Marketing And Global Business Services.
As Vice President of IBM's Global Business Services, she drove a new growth agenda centered around consulting partnerships with well-known companies such as Apple, Twitter, Salesforce, Adobe and Microsoft.
Now Lorraine is the SVP and Chief Marketing Officer at ADP. Her leadership is breathing heart and soul into this human resource company in very interesting ways. Since she started there, the company’s shares have gone up significantly, along with their acquisition of new customers.
|Jul 10, 2019|
Dean Aragon | Family Fuels Marketing
Dean Aragon joined Shell in 2014 as Global Vice-President, he is also CEO of Shell Brands International AG. He's a highly respected global marketer who spent nearly two decades at Unilever where he served in a number of high ranking marketing positions. He has spent 30 years in marketing and as CEO of Shell Brands International & Global VP of Brands at Shell, he is responsible for the voice and image of one of the most massive global brands. A married father of 5, Dean balances the pressures of his high profile job with the demands of being a dad.
Speaking at Cannes Lions, Jim and Dean discuss everything from Dean's childhood growing up in the streets of Manilla, Philippines, contracting polio in his youth, how his career affected his family life, and much more.
|Jul 03, 2019|
Ann Lewnes | Giving Creativity Purpose
Ann Lewnes has an impressive career. Before joining Adobe, Ann spent 20 years building the brand, Intel. At Intel she learned how to make a semiconductor chip manufacturer into a consumer brand. As Adobe’s CMO and EVP she has pioneered and embraced the shift to digital advertising by deploying a comprehensive set of digital marketing solutions, establishing an insight-driven culture, and setting a template for marketing’s strategic impact on business.
Ann has also been inducted into the American Marketing Association’s Hall of Fame, named one of the most innovative and influential CMOs by Business Insider and Forbes, and recognized on AdWeek 50, and many more accolades. Ann also serves on the boards of the toy company Mattel.
In this conversation recorded from Cannes Lions, Jim talks to Ann about how she helped Adobe find its purpose and how Adobe is now synonymous with the word "creative."
|Jun 26, 2019|
Alex Josephson | How Twitter Impacts The Voice of Brands
Alex Josephson is the head of Global Brand Strategy at Twitter. He partners with marketers and brands to help build ideas that create an impact on the platform. During his tenure, Alex has witnessed Twitter become more than just a social media company, but a sounding board that empowers brands to get in front of consumers.
In this conversation, we talk about how Twitter has evolved into more than just a character count, which brands are utilizing it to its fullest potential, and why Alex hates the phrase "social media."
|Jun 19, 2019|
Scott Galloway | Brands Are Dead
Scott Galloway is a clinical professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business where he teaches brand strategy and digital marketing. He's a New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur and founded L2 after developing an algorithm to assess the digital competence of brands. Scott was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow and has served on the board of directors of Eddie Bauer, The New York Times Company, Gateway Computer, Urban Outfitters, and Berkeley's Haas School of Business.
On this episode, Scott and Jim talk about how reaching consumers is becoming more difficult and nuanced. He also thinks that we are about to live in a "post-brand era" and companies are going to cater directly to the consumer's needs moving forward. To hear more Scott in your ear, check out his fantastic podcast, Pivot co-hosted by the great Kara Swisher! Also, be sure to pick up his latest book The Algebra of Happiness.
|Jun 12, 2019|
Eduardo Luz | The Power of Aligning Culture In Your Message
When he was CMO for The Kraft Heinz Company, Eduardo Luz oversaw numerous purpose-driven and creative campaigns that made headlines. He came from from humble beginnings in Rio, Brazil, and prior to Kraft Heinz he held executive roles at both AB InBev and Unilever. In this episode Eduardo Luz explains his leadership style and why it's important for a company to state their principles.
|Jun 05, 2019|
Fernando Machado | Creativity As a Competitive Advantage
Fernando Machado is one of the most acclaimed CMOs working today. He is the only person to be awarded the Brandweek Genius of the year twice. He's been the CMO of Dove during their rebeauty campagin _ and has also worked at Unilever. Mr. Machado is currently serves as the groundbreaking CMO of fast food giant, Burger King.
In this episode Fernando discusses the importance of creativity when it comes to building a powerful marketing campaign.
|May 29, 2019|
Frank Cooper III | Thriving With a Sense of Purpose
How do you give an investment company purpose? Financial companies have been trying to find identity and purpose with consumers since the 2008 crisis. BlackRock, the largest asset management firm in the world is going above and beyond to find purpose to connect with consumers, and a lot of their success has to do with Frank Cooper.
Frank is BlackRock's CMO and when they asked him to join them he was originally going to pass, but you'll hear how they changed his mind. His career path is probably one of the most unique of any CMO's. Before joining BlackRock, Frank went to school at Berkley then Harvard Law. He held positions at AOL, DefJam, Pepsi and BuzzFeed. In this conversation, Frank candidly discusses the importance of finding passion in your work, stepping outside of your comfort zone, and the importance of learning on the job.
|May 22, 2019|
Lilian Tomovich | Empowering Employees
Lilian Tomovich is the Chief Experience Officer and CMO of MGM Resorts International. Lilian is responsible for all of the company’s marketing functions, including: Brand Management, Advertising, Loyalty Marketing, Advanced Analytics, Guest Strategy, Consumer Insights more.
In this conversation Jim talks with Lilian about how MGM is more than just a "casino" or a "resort," but how it is actually one of the largest entertainment companies in the world. With this unique perspective Lilian was able to forge a unique and inclusive identity for MGM.
|May 15, 2019|
Pedro Earp | Live Your Brands’ Purpose
Pedro Earp is the Global CMO of AB/InBev, overseeing the marketing efforts for hundreds of beverage brands worldwide. AB/InBev is a multibillion dollar multinational beverage company, and Pedro strives to make sure each of his brand's purpose is front and center. Pedro also oversees the brewer's global innovation unit, called ZX Ventures. In this episode Pedro talks about what each brand means to him, how he conveys those stories to consumers, and why its a privilege to take the flag of beer forward.
|May 08, 2019|
Kristin Lemkau | Chase What Matters to The Consumer
Jim sits down with the Chief Marketing Officer of JPMorgan Chase, Kristin Lemkau. For over 5 years Kristin has been the CMO of JPMorgan Chase where she strives to give the largest bank in America purpose. Kristin has been responsible for some of Chase’s most successful campaigns including the launch of the Chase Sapphire Card, Chases partnership with Serena Williams, Kevin Hart, and so much more. Kristin shares her insights on how to create a lifestyle brand out of a financial institution like Chase, and why it's important to remember that the consumer ultimately call the shots.
|May 01, 2019|
The CMO Podcast With Jim Stengel
What is the CMO Podcast? This summer Jim Stengel talks to the most dynamic CMO's in the industry to breakdown the mindset of a Chief Marketing Officer.
|Apr 22, 2019|