February 24 - 26, 2019
Westin Downtown Austin, Austin, TX

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The 16th CLO Exchange provides an intimate environment for you to connect with your true peers, effectively benchmark current strategies, find solutions ...

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The Exchange Difference

Still not sure how the Exchange format is different from your average industry conference? Download this free PDF to explore the unique benefits including personalized agendas, capped attendance, and much more!

Post-Event Reports

2018 CLO Exchange Southwest Post Event Report

In this report, you will find featured speakers, session topics, who attended, top areas of investments, and much more. Download your copy!

2018 CLO Exchange East Post Event Report

In this report, you will find featured speakers, session topics, who attended, top areas of investments, and much more. Download your copy!

Featured Videos

NEW! Interview with General Motors Center of Learning Global Director Chris Bower

In this video interview, General Motors Center of Learning Global Director Chris Bower discusses creating an evidence-based approach to learning. 

Sponsorship Information

VIDEO: CLO Exchange - The Sponsor Experience

Hear from our sponsors and attendees as they discuss the CLO Exchange - The Sponsor Experience.

Who you Will Meet at the CLO Exchange

The CLO Exchange is an exclusive Exchange, with 60+ Heads of L&D from the world's largest companies. Sponsoring the CLO Exchange gets you face-to-face interactions with the head decision-makers like no other event can. See who will be attending this year's Exchange. Download Below

2019 CLO Series Solution Provider Pack

Interested in learning more about Sponsorship Opportunities for the Chief Learning 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. 

Case Studies & Whitepapers

Face-to-Face Case Study

Maximizing the Marketing BudgetBusiness 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?