April 28 - 30, 2019 | Omni Champions Gate Resort, Orlando, FL

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Download the CTO March 2019 Agenda

See what's in store for the 2019 Chief Talent Officer Exchange in Orlando, FL. This edition will focus on Smart Workforce Strategies for High-Impact Talent Management. This year's speakers include the Heads of Talent from Cisco, Alcon, Intuit, MGM Resorts, Shell, Overstock.com, a ...

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2018 Chief Talent Officer Exchange Post-Event Report

Missed our 2018 Chief Talent Officer Exchange? Dive into our CTO post-event report highlighting 2018 top investment areas, attendee profile data, list of attending organizations ...

Sponsorship Information

FAQs: Solution Providers

The Exchange format is very unique and so it's only natural that you'll have a number of questions about how it all works. We've compiled a list of questions that we typically receive along with their answers below.

Solution Provider Pack

Interested in learning more about Sponsorship Opportunities for the Chief Talent Officer Exchange? Get an introduction to our Exchange model, see some of the options we offer, and learn why this is a wise investment all in one place: the 2019 Sponsorship Prospectus. 

2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

The Chief Talent Officer Exchange is an exclusive networking forum with 50 Heads of Talent Management from the world's largest companies. Sponsoring the 2019 CTO Exchange in April gets you face-to-face with the decision-makers during their purchasing cycle, like no other event can. See who will be attending this year's...

Attendees Information

FAQs: Attendees

The Exchange format is very unique, so it's only natural that you'll have a number of questions about how it all works. We've compiled a list of questions that we typically receive along with their answers below.

Case Studies & Whitepapers

Face-to-Face Case Study

Maximizing the Marketing Budget: Business Interactions of all kinds are now being conducted via any one of dozens of communication applications, often at a 50%-80% upfront cost of savings relative to face-to-face meetings or events. Which begs the question: Should virtual replace face-to-face altogether?