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Compete Week 2023

Join the largest competitive intelligence summit.

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Compete Week is Back for 2023!

Join thousands of top marketers, founders, CMOs and CEOs at the largest competitive intelligence summit.

Learn from the top GTM leaders at ClickUp, HubSpot, Salesforce who are sharing what they’re doing to make their teams more efficient and how they’re using competitive intel to generate demand and help revenue teams close what’s in their existing pipeline.

With over two days of virtual content, dive into the strategic side of competitive enablement and learn how top marketing leaders are generating pipeline, staying on top of the market landscape, and building unbeatable brands.

After attending Compete Week, you’ll:

  • Walk away with the plays to be distinctive and differentiated within your market.
  • Learn how competitive enablement can help marketing teams generate pipeline.
  • Connect with marketing leaders who are building a competitive advantage.


Get the most wanted tactics from industry power players:

Carin Van Vuuren, CMO at Greenhouse Software
Jarod Greene, CMO at Vivun
Meagen Eisenberg, CMO at Lacework
Will Davis, CMO at CData
Norman Guadagno, CMO at Mimecast
Sydney Sloan, CMO at Drata

Join us at Compete Week 2023. Save your seat today!

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