• 20 structured chapter meetings per year: Chapter meetings last 90 minutes and are held every other week, with a hiatus during both the summer and holiday season.
  • Four executive workshops per year: A modified chapter meeting that focuses on the enhancement of referral and networking skills.
  • Peer Advisory Counsel Team (PACT) meetings: Peer advisory groups in which members meet to help define and resolve tough business and personal issues. Meeting frequency and time is determined by the members in their respective PACTs.
  • Social events: Various networking mixers are organized to extend and grow your network even further.
  • Annual CorporateConnections Leadership Conference & Global Convention


Individuals must meet the criteria listed below to qualify for membership in CorporateConnections. If you meet these prerequisites, and are interested in learning more, request to visit a chapter in your local area.

CorporateConnections members must:

  • Own a business or hold a leadership position within their organizations (i.e. C-Level Executive, President, VP, Partner, etc.)
  • Lead a firm that generates revenue in excess, or has an enterprise value of $5,000,000+ USD. This value can be determined through a third-party valuator, or by calculating the net worth of assets before depreciation.

In addition, all members embody our CORE VALUE OF ACCOUNTABILITY. This is visible in their willingness to interact with other executives, while committing to the time necessary to build their professional network.


Prospective members must be able to drive a mutual benefit in trusted referral relationships. That said, membership is selective, objective and based on an established process.

CorporateConnections has a 3-step application process:

Step 1 – Application for Membership

  • The applicant secures at least one sponsor from a CorporateConnections chapter and submits a Request for Application.
  • If it is determined that the applicant is a good fit, they are contacted by the chapter to schedule an interview at their place of work.

Step 2 – Interview & Evaluation

  • Upon completion of the interview, an internal evaluation is conducted.
  • Upon approval, the applicant is notified of their acceptance and provided an onboarding schedule.

Step 3 – Onboard Briefing

  • The Chapter Consultant conducts the onboard briefing with each new member to further discuss expectations of membership.


Request a visit to your local CorporateConnections chapter to begin your membership process.