Chicago, Ill. – Aimed at helping graphic arts CEOs face the challenges of a rapidly-changing industry, The Graphic Arts CEO Forum is a continuing series of quarterly, one-day meetings that will resume in-person on April 1 st in Chicago.
Industry veterans Bob Rosen and Mike Philie have built the Graphic Arts CEO Forum around their experience advising almost a thousand graphic arts CEOs.
Philie and Rosen recognize that being a graphic arts CEO is a serious challenge today. CEOs need to move their companies along new pathways while facing endless demands on their time. It always feels like they’re prisoners of other people’s priorities. How can they find the time (and help) they need to focus on their companies’ most important opportunities? The CEO Forum provides CEOs the support they need — in a carefully structured, socially distanced small-group setting.
The Forum starts with CEO-level advice, aimed at helping members think about their businesses and their roles as CEOs. It also offers members the opportunity to share their firms’ unique set of challenges with a carefully chosen set of their peers, who are all facing many of the same issues.
The quarterly, one-day sessions will be held in Chicago at the O’Hare Hilton, ensuring that all attendees can return home after the Thursday sessions without missing any time in the office the following day. All sessions are structured around strict social distancing guidelines.
Learn more about the Forum at GACEOForum.com.