2017 CMO Survey
The 2017 CMO Survey Executive Summary can provide you with the latest insights into marketplace dynamics, spending, and trends. This biannual report provides an in-depth examination of both examination of strategy and sentiment across the marketing industry. The report is a joint venture between Deloitte, American Marketing Association, and Duke’s Fuqua School of Business. Compiled from the survey responses of 2,813 marketers at top companies, the 2017 CMO Survey examines nearly every aspect of the current marketing landscape. This executive summary can provide the essential, current data that every marketing professional may need to drive results for their company. Here is just a small sampling of the invaluable data contained within the CMO Survey: Why are domestic marketing budgets on the rise (up 3.2% since 2016). What does that mean for your brand? Feel like your international marketing budgets have been slashed? You're not alone. International spending is down by nearly 12%. Think traditional marketing channels can't compete with digital? Think again. Non-internet marketing spending on a serious upswing, and currently growing faster than digital. What trends are driving marketing researchers and consultants to lose ground to internal expertise? Is it related to increased investment in marketing for B2B services? Why are customer retention rates falling, even as acquisition and brand value steadily improve? Feel like social media spending is overhyped? You may be right. There's a 9% discrepancy between actual and predicted social media budgets. Is mobile really the next big thing? Marketers expect it to account for 11.6% of marketing budgets within three years, but are still skeptical about its contribution to overall performance. Why are so many marketers anticipating a 376% growth in marketing analytics spending over the next three years? These insights, and many more, are available for download in the latest 2017 CMO Survey Executive Summary from Deloitte, now available for download by filling out the form to the right.