CEO Clubs Network
CEO CLUBS Network the World Largest Business Networking Club, an over three decade old by invitation only membership organization. CEO Clubs Network exclusive members get connected with over 13,000 CEO’s & High Executives from all industries in UAE and Worldwide. Over the past few decades the CEO CLUBS have attracted members from Prominent local & International business communities including government organizations.
CEO Clubs Network is completely focused on business development therefore offers unique opportunities to grow your business internationally. CEO CLUBS Network have overseas chapters all over the world and has taken business delegations & organized a series of business exchange events between USA, China, India, UAE and other countries. Gradually it started other chapters in different parts of the world. And now CEO CLUBS Network chapters are and have links with CEO’s in USA, UAE, UK, China, Russia, Canada, France, Saudi Arabia, Korea, India, Pakistan, Morocco, Egypt, Philippines, Malaysia, South Africa, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Singapore, Greece, Romania, Namibia, Turkey, Germany, Lebanon and other parts of the World. For more details visit our website: www.ceoclubsuae.com
CEO CLUBS Network members are positioned to get access to fellow members in the International market, introduce foreign enterprises to the domestic market, create a favorable International business environment for its members, expand their social resources and strive for a win-win result. Through our members network we hold regular exclusive events in Dubai and other cities of the world to provide a platform for International businessmen to meet local business community and expand business network to other countries of the World.”
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