CMOs Who Puts the Femme in Phenomenal

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The nominations period for the 2014 Direct Marketing News Marketing Hall of Femme awards is now closed. Winners will be featured in the May 2014 issue of Direct Marketing News and online.

The Direct Marketing News Marketing Hall of Femme awards honors the senior-most female marketers in organizations of all sizes and across all industries who have made a significant impact on their business in the past year. These women have storied careers, take risks, and push the industry and their companies forward with their edgy marketing strategies.  

Nominees must

  • Be female
  • Be the senior-most marketer in the company, reporting directly to the CEO or president
  • Have made a significant impact on her organization's success in the past year

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Winners will be notified by January 10, 2014. Acceptance of the award requires an interview for the print and online editions of Direct Marketing News­—within our deadline. Additionally, winners will be invited to attend the photo shoot for the print edition, as well as a swank awards luncheon featuring a keynote presentation and winners-only roundtable. Both the awards luncheon and photo shoot will be held on Friday, March 21, 2014 in New York. Agenda details and venue to be announced.

Questions? Contact Editor-in-Chief Ginger Conlon, ginger.conlon@dmnews.com.

Want more info? Check out dmnews.com/femme.

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