Roundtables are ultimate expressions of an idea marketplace. Sessions facilitated by a moderator with or without panelists.
Some roundtables operate under Chatham House Rule.
Moderator leads discussion topic with audience and expert panel.
Moderator leads discussion with audience. No expert panels included. Chatham House Rules apply.
Explore a project through the eyes of a client.
Family Business Alliance
The dynamics of operating or being part of a family business go far beyond financial reports, human resources or technology. Unlike other businesses, emotion and relation also play a role. Join a group of other family business owners as they share the fulfillment and pitfalls of family ownership.
IT Leaders Alliance
A group of dedicated Information Technology professionals assembled to further the discussion on emergent trends. Information Technology is crucial to any organization yet often receives less attention at the C-Suite. Join others who've felt your pain.
Artfully Aging believes everyone is an Artist, especially those in senior communities. How did they adapt during pandemic lockdowns? Learn how this company pivoted to a digital marketplace.
Chatham House Rule
Attendees are free to use information acquired during roundtable though they may not attribute information or commentary to any other attendee. This rule encourages free discussion generating ideas and solutions. For Councils, attendees required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. In other instances, their honor is expected.