The Chief Executives’ Club (CEC) is a valuable business forum in Northern Ireland that supports high-level business networking, established to strengthen links between higher education and the business community.Chief Executives' Club
Membership of the Chief Executives' Club at Queen's facilitates access to the international networks and research strengths of Queen’s University.
CEC lecture or dinner events are held several times a year, providing outstanding opportunities for business and public sector leaders in Northern Ireland and beyond to gain insight from keynote speakers of international regard and help promote enterprise and innovation across the region and the island of Ireland.
The events are normally chaired by the Queen’s President and Vice-Chancellor, or by a Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
Membership is available to the Managing Director, Chief Executive, Chairperson or most senior member of staff in an organisation and to senior staff within Queen’s University.
If you are interested in taking up membership please click here for an Application Form
Find out more about this series of leadership themed events.
This exclusive series of events is jointly hosted by the Chief Executives' Club at Queens (CEC), the William J Clinton Leadership Institute at Queen’s, and the Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD).Aspects of Leadership
The programme aims to promote and encourage innovation across the island of Ireland. It brings international expertise in innovation to Queen’s University Belfast, NUI Galway, UCC and UCD.
Best international practice in an area of innovation is shared with business leaders, students, academics, knowledge transfer professionals and policy makers in each region via innovation lectures, seminars and masterclasses.Programme
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