As the era of financial engineering for growth winds down, a new era of marketing accountability has begun. Marketers are stepping up, mastering and applying the science of measurement and process management to the art of marketing – a fundamental shift that will drive consistent growth with improved methods for measuring, forecasting and improving the effectiveness of marketing activities and a narrowing of the gap between marketing efforts and financial outcomes.

MASB is enabling this transformation by serving as the independent, private sector, self-governing body, establishing measurement and accountability standards across industry and domain for continuous improvement in financial return…attending to marketing measurement as the foundation and catalyst for advancement.


Establish marketing measurement and accountability standards across industry and domain for continuous improvement in financial performance and for the guidance and education of business decision-makers and users of performance and financial information.
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2015 Summer Summit in Chicago: MASB is THE cross-industry forum where marketing and finance agree on measurement for creating value.


It began with The Boardroom Project, a visionary initiative by industry professionals and academics who saw an opportunity to increase the contribution of the marketing function through the development of standards for marketing performance measurement and processes that link marketing activities more objectively and more closely to the financial performance of the firm.

The development of generally accepted and common marketing metrics and standards will enhance the credibility of the discipline, improve the effectiveness and efficiency of marketing activities, and enable continuous improvement in marketing performance over time.

The Marketing Accountability Standards Board represents an unprecedented opportunity to make a significant contribution to the marketing profession, business and society.

Join us as we lead the way on marketing accountability, marketing metrics, marketing performance measurement and processes management.

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