Let's Talk: How We Can Change The World w/Raja Rajamannar
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About the event
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born, and the day you find out why. —Mark Twain
Join us for our next Let's Talk: Why It's Crucial for Execs to Positively Contribute to Society with Raja Rajamannar, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for Mastercard and President of MasterCard Healthcare, on April 6:
2 pm- 3 pm PST San Francisco, CA
5 pm- 6 pm EST New York, NY
10 pm - 11 pm GMT, London, UK
7 am - 8 am KST, Seoul, South Korea
Raja Rajamannar is an accomplished global business executive with more than 25 years of experience, the last six of which have been in the role of Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for Mastercard and President of the company’s healthcare business.
During this conversation, Raja will discuss some of the insights from Quantum Marketing. He'll discuss why executives and companies must be purposed focused on contributing to society positively.
Raja is consistently recognized globally as a highly innovative and transformational leader. Some of his recent accolades include the Global Marketer of the Year award by the World Federation of Advertisers, the top 5 “World’s Most Influential CMOs” by Forbes, top 10 “World’s Most Innovative CMOs” by Business Insider, and an inductee to The CMO Club Hall of Fame.
Raja regularly delivers keynote speeches at esteemed marketing, health, and business industry events, including the World Economic Forum, Cannes Lions, CES, SXSW, and Advertising Week. Raja's marketing transformation work at Mastercard has been developed into case studies at both Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management and taught in top academic institutions worldwide.
Raja added best-selling author to his title with the recent release of his book Quantum Marketing: Mastering the New Marketing Mindset for Tomorrow's Consumers. You can purchase his book here:
Join us for our next Let's Talk with Raja Rajamannar.
Let's Talk is a bi-weekly conversation with leading executives, thought leaders, and changemakers. There are no presentations or talking heads, just people having a conversation about career, family, and what matters the most to them.
It doesn't have to be lonely at the top.