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Chief Digital Officer

October 17, 2013 12:35 ET

Ian Cross to Moderate Chief Digital Officer Event

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Oct 17, 2013) -, a growing community of senior digital professionals, announced today that Ian Cross of Bentley University's Center for Marketing Technology to moderate the upcoming executive roundtable on October 22nd at Menton in Boston.

The event is an invitation-only gathering of digital executives from big brands, institutions, and start-ups from the Greater Boston area.

"Ian Cross is the gold standard," says Tim Bourgeois, founder and executive editor of Chief Digital Officer. "He's held senior positions at corporations, managed big budgets and P&L's, has international experience, and now he's running the premier marketing technology lab in the U.S. He's at the intersection of digital business, web technology, and online marketing, and that's precisely how we view the world at Chief Digital Officer."

Ian Cross to Join An Outstanding Group of Panelists

While Mr. Cross will be responsible for ensuring a lively, fast-paced discussion at the event, his biggest challenge may very well involve time management, as the talented group of panelists are sure to invite a steady stream of questions and comments. Panelists include:

  • Brent Turner, Chief Digital Officer, MIT Technology Review
  • Chris Capone, Senior Vice President / ECommerce, Liberty Mutua
  • Mike Troiano, Chief Marketing Officer, Actifio

About Chief Digital Officer is a new and growing online community that caters exclusively to the next generation of senior digital managers, whose responsibilities intersect digital business, online marketing and web technology. Over the past year, several of the world's most influential corporate advisors have predicted the rise of the chief digital officer position, and CDO is located in the rapidly evolving Innovation District in Boston. For more information, please visit

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