For the third year, Fortune‘s editors will gather a stellar group of innovative thinkers and leaders in marketing, business, and technology for an exclusive C-suite dinner and conversation on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 at Picasso in the Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas from 6:30-9:15 pm.

This special evening will feature a Fortune interview with Ford Motor Company President and CEO Mark Fields, as well as an all-star panel of Fortune Global 500 CMOs. Our program theme is Consumer 2.0: Shifting into Gear, exploring the new skills, technologies and approaches that top companies must master to connect with today’s consumers. Subjects will include harnessing the power of new tools and techniques for driving sales and building brands; the changing demographics, attitudes and buying habits of 21st century consumers; and adjustments companies need to make to deal with a disruptive new world

Since 2001, Brainstorm TECH has assembled the smartest people Fortune knows–including the world’s top tech and media operators, entrepreneurs, and innovators–to explore the new ideas and technologies that are reshaping the landscape. It’s an exchange that informs our journalism throughout the year, while building a powerful community of leaders from both Fortune 500 and emerging companies. We are glad to build on this heritage with this special evening in Las Vegas during CES in 2016.

Pictured at at previous Brainstorm Tech dinners
<div class="caption legacy-media-caption"><p>Pictured at previous Las Vegas dinners (clockwise from top left):  <strong>Mark Benioff</strong>, CEO,; <strong>Neil Ashe</strong>, President and CEO of Global eCommerce, Walmart; <strong>Marc Mathieu</strong>, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, Unilever and  <strong>Tariq M. Shauka</strong>, Chief Commercial Officer, Caesars Entertainment; <strong>Carolyn Everson</strong>, Vice President, Global Marketing Solutions for Facebook with <strong>Jim Farley</strong>, Executive Vice President, Global Marketing, Sales, Service and Lincoln for Ford Motor Company.</p> </div>