NEW YORK — GE CCO Deirdre Latour is among the headliners at this year's Innovation Summit in North America to talk about "The Speed of Change — Today's CCOs On Tomorrow's Challenges" alongside Lenovo CCO Torod Neptune and Microsoft communications head Frank X. Shaw.

The trio of CCOs join a stellar lineup that also includes Ben & Jerry's PR head Sean Greenwood who will discuss the company's most recent focus on race issues and implicit bias — highlighting how Ben & Jerry's integrates its products (EmpowerMint) with social action.

Other speakers include Techonomy founder/CEO David Kirkpatrick on the transformation of media, former digital strategist for Barack Obama Teddy Goff on the future of digital politics — and what this means for brands, Toys R Us head of communications Amy von Walter on making an impact and Anthemis CMO Leslie Campisi on #MeToo and the marketing industry. The  2018 Innovation Summit - North America takes place on February 13 in New York at the InterContinental Hotel.

Following the Summit, the Holmes Report will host the Innovation SABRE Awards dinner gala where some of the industry's most creative and groundbreaking work will be celebrated as winners are revealed. 

Tickets for both events are now available

Event partners include W2O GroupOlson Engage, M Booth, Mullen Lowe, PAN CommunicationsPorter Novelli and WE Communications.