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Marketing Day Forum

Marketing Day ForumEvery spring, the Kilts Center hosts the Marketing Day Forum to bring together students and industry leaders. Students have the unique opportunity to engage with CEOs, CMOs, and other senior executives during roundtable discussions on current marketing issues.

Speakers are often Booth marketing alumni who have worked their way up to senior positions at top-tier companies such as PepsiCo, IBM, Gap Inc., Groupon, and Walmart. Speakers at past forums have spoken about the use of cognitive AI in business, the role of content in an evolving marketing landscape, the continuing evolution of businesses after going public, and other trending topics in marketing.

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 2 | 4:15 – 5:30 p.m. CT | Gleacher 621


The Kilts Center for Marketing invites you to the annual Marketing Day Forum, where students have a unique opportunity to network and engage in roundtable discussions with CEOs, CMOs, and other senior executives in a small-group setting. 
4:15 – 4:40 p.m. | Reception and networking with food provided 
4:40  – 5:45 | Roundtable sessions  

NOTE: Please do not register unless you are certain you can attend. This is out of respect for the executives hosting roundtables as well as other student participants. 
INSTRUCTIONS: Select one ticket from round 1 and one ticket from round 2. Do not select more or less than one ticket from each round. Each executive's areas of expertise are listed below the registration link.

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Roundtable Hosts

Susan Reynolds Video

Business marketing solutions

Susan Reynolds, ’93, uses her Booth experience to bring software solutions to small businesses by figuring out how people think on a human level.

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