According to a new analysis by global public relations firm Weber Shandwick, CECP's annual Board of Board CEO Conference is ranked as one of the world's top executive speaking engagement venues and preferred forums for industry-leading CEOs.
CECP's annual Board of Boards CEO Conference is ranked among the world's top business events and one of the preferred speaking engagement venues for industry-leading CEOs, according to new research by global public relations firm, Weber Shandwick. Leading the rankings are the World Economic Forum in Davos and the Clinton Global Initiative.
Portions of the report, published in PR Newswire, discuss how "CEOs know that one good way to build competitive differentiation and relevance outside of traditional media is to speak at premier business events where they can deliver compelling corporate messages." CECP's Board of Boards CEO Conference attracts CEOs from industry-leading global corporations in a peer-to-peer forum focusing on the role of business in improving society through corporate philanthropy.
CEOs who have spoken at our recent Board of Boards CEO Conferences include Jeffrey Immelt, IBM; Carlos Ghosn, Nissan; Andrew Witty, GlaxoSmithKline; Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Nestle; Klaus Kleinfeld, Alcoa; and Ken Powell, General Mills. This year's panelists are Indra Noyi, PepsiCo, and William D. Green, Accenture, moderated by acclaimed interviewer Charlie Rose.