Sangram Vajre is the co-founder and chief evangelist of Terminus. Before Terminus, Vajre led the marketing team at Pardot through its acquisition by ExactTarget and then Salesforce. He's also the author of Account-Based Marketing For Dummies, ABM is B2B and is the host of FlipMyFunnel podcast.
Here are some of the questions that was asked during the podcast.
Stage based CMOs (Different type of CMO for a different stage of the company)
What are the key attributes any CMO needs in their toolbelt
What keeps CMOs up at night or what keep you up at night being a CMO yourself?
How and why to manage your team according to KPIs
What are the Key ABM findings for CMOs to consider
Should marketers own parts of customer success?
Should a startup hire specialist or generalist first?
What do you mean when you say CMOs should act like CEOs? elaborate
Is there a right type of CMO based on the stage of the company?
You always say marketing is not demand gen, and it's business outcomes (demand gen, pipeline velocity, expansion). Could you elaborate on that?
When is the right time to create a category? How do you know it's the right time and you have the scope?
What budget does an SMB need to start ABM?
Is ABM ideal for a startup with no sales team?
What is your idea of positioning to begin with, in a saturated market?
Minimum basic strategy and tech stack needed for omnichannel marketing for a B2B tech company with a limited budget?
Where do you see the biggest skills gap in marketing today, and how do you overcome that challenge?
How to become a CMO?
Which medium works better in ABM? Sales Nav, Webinars, Seminars, etc?
When is the right time to hire a CMO?