partnership has been dissolved as of March 31, 2007.
out the partner's new sites for events.
can join CEOnetworking?
Presidents, CXOs, General Managers, Business Owners, and executives with profit
and loss management responsibilities.
I join CEOnetworking?
primary purpose of CEOnetworking is to provide CEOs with an opportunity to network
with other CEOs. In many cases, when you're faced with a difficult business decision
or problem that may be similar to one that another CEO in the group has faced
before, you can benefit immensely from the shared knowledge and experience of
the other peer members within your group.
addition, you benefit from the knowledge and experience of the Partners. At least
one of the Partners or Associate Partners are always present at the monthly meetings
to facilitate the meetings and provide their expertise as needed. In addition,
partners are available outside the meeting for consultation on specific issues.
is unique about CEOnetworking? (How is it different from other networking organizations?)
rates are highly competitive and we offer you the best value for your money.
are qualitative, productive, and goal oriented as we focus on two factors:
a good meeting: No sales pitches, people do not ramble or monopolize the floor;
and we tie together the threads of the conversation.
Peer Participation: When we can put peers in the room, the members can benefit
from what others have to offer in terms of the issues, challenges, and brain-stormed
ideas they bring up as well as contribute to and learn from the feedback of others.
are not focused around a specific "educating expert". Instead, the virtual
board of experienced CEO members is our core resource.
Silicon Valley, one has the choice to attend over 1,000 monthly educational events.
So, it's easy to get educated.
do, however, highlight key educational events that would be useful for our members
out of town, members are allowed to send a representative staff member.
do the meetings work?
primary purpose of our meetings is to discuss issues important to the members
of that particular group. This is how each meeting works:
attendees get to present their 30-second elevator pitch. The pitch typically gets
better over time.
to each meeting, if appropriate, the Partner/facilitator will discuss potential
topics with each participating member.
the meeting, each member is invited to introduce a specific business issue, concern
or brain-storm for discussion. All the other members and the Partners present
act as a "Virtual Board" offering opinions, advice, and referral contacts
of other potential resources.
the end of the meeting, we review the highlights of the meeting and often break
into smaller groups to have more in depth discussions.