The ACG Silicon Valley C-Circle is a group open to CEOs and senior level executives who meet regularly to discuss important business issues, share experiences and strategies and improve business performance. (This group was formally titled the CEO Circle and recently expanded to include all C-Levels) It has attracted a following of approximately 300 CEOs and C-Level Executives and has achieved a regular attendance of 35 executives per session. Events are by invitation only.
“I enjoy the discussions and the executives I meet and get to know and frankly go out of my way to attend. I like the format of exchanging information and sharing best practices. Today’s session on risk management “saved me” from making a big mistake which I was not aware of. I would encourage CEO’s and Senior Executives to attend.”
“I attended a session on board governance which I found enlightening. The speakers were a mix of VC and CEO’s with real world Board experience in start ups, large organizations and not for profits. The questions from the attendees helped drive a very high value two hour experience answering many current and future questions about governance strategies for success and potholes to avoid.”
“ACG Silicon Valley provides many unique forums for C-level executives to exchange information and hear divergent points of a view. At the apex of these forums are the C-Circle meetings that couple forward looking topics and expert speakers with an
audience of C-level executives from the Valley. The C-Circle meetings are the rare and invaluable opportunity that take a C-level executive on a consistent professional introspective ride. Addressing a spectrum of relevant business issues and evocative subjects that impact companies in an ever changing and dynamic marketplace. It’s the best combination of peer learning and networking I have had the good fortune to be a part of.”
“I always look forward to attending the ACGSV C-Circle events. The group is a good blend of C-level executives. Relevant topics and informative expert speakers are balanced with participation by the attendees. Whether the subject matter resonates with your expertise or not, you can still contribute and benefit.”