The CMO 2.0 Conversations, sponsored by Human1.0, are an expanding series of discussions with individuals who are leading their respective companies’ embrace of and experimentation with Marketing 2.0 principles, approaches, and realities.

As we all know, the world of marketing is changing fast, driven by the Internet and the way it’s enabling people to communicate, connect and collaborate and groups to assemble, work and play together, and act.

This series and our other Marketing 2.0-related activities take as fact that fundamental change is afoot, and hope through these efforts to shed light on and share interesting Marketing 2.0-related initiatives we come across as well as call attention to the individuals and companies that are leading the way through challenging, disruptive and exciting times in marketing, media and business in general.

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