Agency Spotter presents a CMO Breakfast unlike any other
Interns of the past might have fetched coffee. Today, they are fetching patents and connecting with new users — all powered by millions of dollars in university investments. Universities are working with corporations to design internships and externships that broaden their students’ experiences and improve their portfolios, and those brands stand to benefit from the fresh eyes, as well!
Join fellow executives for a CMO Breakfast Series the morning of January 11 to hear from Stafford Green, a marketing innovation executive turned education catalyst who has helped make university-corporate collaborations more productive at companies from Coca-Cola to Home Depot. Joining Green is Elizabeth Snively, Director of Sponsored Projects and Collaborative Learning at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design).
Attendees will learn about the range of options out there, what is involved, how much it all costs, and how to make sure a program is a success for you and your business.
8:30: Networking over coffee and light bites
9:00: CMO Talks with Q&A
9:45: Wrap up and post event networking
Mingle with Atlanta’s marketing and design community over great coffee and delicious bites Thursday, January 11. Register here!
About Stafford Green
Stafford is a Brand Marketeer who founded of Marketing Innovation Factory for The Coca-Cola Company in Paris, France. As an award-winning international leader in FMCG marketing and technology, he has developed programs with Apple/iTunes, McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, Smucker’s, Inbev, KFC, Major League Baseball, Beefeater, global advertising agencies, and for Silicon Valley startups. Stafford also served as an Honorary Chair at SCAD for his work in creating their new Branded Entertainment degree.
About Elizabeth Snively
Elizabeth is the Director of Sponsored Projects and Collaborative Learning at SCAD in Atlanta. Prior to her role at SCAD, she spent seven years growing Chick-fil-A’s Innovation and New Venture team in order to bring design thinking and creativity to the corporate culture. A passionate designer, Elizabeth now helps top businesses, brands, and organizations partner with SCAD’s Collaborative Learning Center to develop concepts and solve problems through the institution’s talented students and professors.