True believers of starting off strong – that is what we are. Which is why when planning the CMO Conference 2019, we knew the opening keynote speaker had to be someone extraordinary.
Hence why we are excited to have VJ Anand, currently the creative everything of Gojek, Indonesia’s first decacorn company; deliver the opening keynote at the CMO Conference happening on November 15.
Moving away from the usual keynote format, VJ will be speaking on the 10 crazy things he’s done at Gojek. We foresee a highly engaging session where the audience are either going to be inspired, shocked or both as they listen to what goes on behind the creative minds of a company that attained a cult brand status in a country with over 270 million people.
VJ grew Gojek’s internal creative team to over 100 people in two years and now his team handles creative communications for more than 20 products and content that attract up to four million views per day.
He grew the brand’s image by humanizing data into breakthrough marketing ideas and was the key driver in rebranding Gojek from a Jakarta-based ride-hailing service to Southeast Asia’s leading Super App.
What makes this opening keynote even more special is that when VJ takes the stage on November 15, he will not only be associated with Gojek but also the Executive Creative Director of Vaynermedia Singapore.
Vaynermedia is a creative digital media agency headed by social media famous Gary Veynerchuck. VJ will join the agency in November, 2019.
VJ’s session is something to look forward to and the CMO Conference is an opportunity to not only rub shoulders with him but also learn a unique perspective from him as he transitions between companies.
The CMO Conference & Awards 2019 will take place on November 15 at the Sime Darby Convention Center. Purchase your tickets before October 29 to get both tickets for the price one one.*
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