The CEO Alliance is an exclusive membership-based advisory board within IEAdesigned for global Chairmen and CEOs of leading companies to contribute and benefit from IEA’s Programs and events. Members of the CEO Alliance will join IEA’s quality network of peer Alliance members made up of global leaders from business, government, finance and academia.
Due to the rapid operating changes that characterize the pace of the world economy, the CEO Alliance enables its members to gain insight on key global economic issues and how these affect their business and industry. CEO Alliance Programs are practical, sensitive to time-constraints, and are designed to advance members’ business interests and introduce them to new opportunities.
Working with Harvard Professors and Alliance members, IEA has developed a unique interactive approach towards solving critical business issues, by bringing leaders together in conducive settings throughout the year via IEA Programs. CEO Alliance members have year-round access to IEA's Programs, which include: innovative joint research, student outreach, and practical events, such as in-person, online, teleconference, or video meetings, the Global Technology Symposium and the Global Investment Symposium held during the opening of the UN General Assembly.
Members also profit from the IEA’s approach of welcoming appropriate non-profits, business councils and associations that a CEO Alliance member may support.
IEA provides its CEO Alliance members with insights based on combined market research from the Academic Alliance and the Insight Alliance, to facilitate their operations, entry or growth into international markets.
Notable members of the CEO Alliance include leaders of the Starr Foundation, Intel, E&Y, and GE.
COUNTRY MEMBER PRESENTATION
Heads of State and Ministers present investment opportunities
PRIVATE MEETINGS WITH HEADS OF STATE AND MINISTERS
Results-focused discussions on trade and investment
INTERACTIVE BUSINESS DISCUSSIONS
Keynotes on innovation and growth with global business leaders
The real stakes behind globalization, with Harvard Business School Professors and Academic Partners