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On October 12, BMA NYC is debuting its new Intersections event series at Googles headquarters in Chelsea! The Intersections event series brings together leading CMOs and their C-suite colleagues from CFOs to CIOs to CHROs. The first Intersections features Nasdaqs CMO and CIO, Jeremy Skule and Brad Peterson, wholl provide an up-close view into:
- How marketing and technology need to overlap to enable success in the B2B world
- How fintech is massively disrupting financial serviceswith learnings for every brand in every market
Nasdaqs CMO and CIO. Discussing marketing and fintech innovation. At Googles remarkable HQ. Only in New York. Only at Intersections. And only from BMA NYC. Join us for a stimulating evening of networking, cocktails, and conversations from the epicenter of it all.
Jeremy Skule, CMO, Nasdaq: Jeremy Skule is the Chief Marketing Officer at Nasdaq. As Nasdaqs CMO, Jeremy is responsible for the companys Global Marketing, Corporate Communications, Social Media and Social Responsibility as well as Digital and Design functions. His organization handles the positioning of Nasdaq's client-centric growth strategy, cultivates opportunities with new and existing clients and markets, as well as leads stakeholder and reputation management efforts.
Since joining Nasdaq, Skule has led the global rebranding of the company, remake of the lead generation process, redesign of the companys digital properties, revamped social media strategy, and introduced a new global thought leadership platform. The strategic re-alignment of the global marketing and communications function helped to support the business and brand transformation.
Brad Peterson, CIO, Nasdaq:
currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Nasdaq. He previously served as CIO and EVP for Schwab Technology Services (STS), responsible for Schwabs technology innovation, development, infrastructure, and operations.
In addition to leading Schwabs technology enterprise, Peterson also had responsibility for Project Services (which covered the planning, coordination, and financial management of all company-wide projects) and Offshore Services (leveraging third-party offshore capabilities whenever appropriate).