The Chief Executive Officers' Club is a Non-Profit
Organization dedicated to creating a nurturing environment for CEOs and
entrepreneurs so they can improve the quality and profitability of
their enterprises through shared experiences and personal growth.
CEO Clubs Int'l is headquartered in New York and
it was founded by Dr. Joe Mancuso 38 years ago (1977). Since 2002, the
Club has expanded to include international activities with chapters in
UK, China, Greece, Romania, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, India,
Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Korea and many other countries globally.
Today CEO Clubs Int'l is one of the oldest and largest associations for
CEOs and entrepreneurs worldwide, serving as a global business network
and leadership development organization, counting more than 8,000
members around the world.
Members of one Chapter are automatically members of all Chapters. Membership of CEO Clubs Int'l is by invitation only.
The primary purpose of CEO Clubs Int’l is to
inspire and educate CEOs and business leaders within an atmosphere of
friendship and unconventional thinking. To that end, we create a
nurturing and inspiring environment for CEOs and business leaders who
are dedicated to improving the quality of their life and enterprise
through the power of shared experience and personal growth.
The Club serves as an information source and
resource for established and growing businesses. It offers not only an
outstanding opportunity for business leaders and CEOs to meet
similar-minded peers, but also to exchange ideas while learning and
making new friends. We operate on the premise that sharing ideas is a
powerful remedy to combat problems, challenges and economic turmoil.
Optimistic view point: “Playing to win” rather than “playing not to lose”
Inspiring: For both personal and professional growth
Thinking out of the box: Unconventional and forward thinking themes/speakers of meetings
Exclusivity: Only to CEOs and Business leaders
Openness/Trust: An atmosphere of friendship
Sharing: Gaining insights from each other
Extroversion: To go beyond geographical and personal boundaries