Networking with and building quality long term relationships with pre-qualified C-Level executives (CXOs) from companies of similar market capitalisations is the holy grail for all conference goers. How many times do we accept speaking engagements in 'major' industry events, but were disappointed as all we meet are competitors whom we cannot share or learn much from?
There is a much more productive alternative.
By being part of the CXO Network, busy CXO executives would only be meeting quality and pre-qualified CXO peers from across many industries, on a quarterly basis, for informal lunches with their direct peers (CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs), or at our quarterly VIP networking events.
Vendors participation and/or sponsorship are not permitted at most CXO Events. These events are private and are focused on peer collaboration rather than used to "present" material, solicit or provide training.
CXO has already been proven in United States' Colorado since 2002, CXO Network Europe will be bringing the successful format and indeed their network to Europe.
The first major event that the CXO Network Europe will be launched officially is the Gaming Money Summit, GamingMoneySummit.com on 23-24 January 2006, which will take place at the London Stock Exchange, it will be attended by CXOs from Media, Entertainment, Telecoms and Finance sectors. Those who attend and are eligible to join CXO network will receive free membership until end of June 2006.
CXO Network will aim to bring extra benefits to their members during 2006 as we move into a new year, like lifetime email and exclusive members only club access in major cities.
2006 will definitely be a productive one for CXO members.
About CXO Network Europe
Its a private collaborative network for people of influence.
Because we avoid vendor sponsorship, the organisation is structured to be a "pay-your-own-way" environment. This allows CXO to operate without the need for vendor sponsorship or involvement. When coming to a lunch event, each participant pays for their own meal. At larger events, an entrance fee covers the cost of the venue. Qualified members are also asked to pay nominal annual membership fees to cover the administrative expenses of the organization - which are kept to a minimum. These fees may vary based on several criteria, but currently do not exceed £500/yr.