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What does it mean to be a member of Economist Corporate Network?
The members are part of a group of international senior executives who set the agenda in their industries. They are the leaders others follow.
Corporate Network is not just about the networking, although contact between members is a very important part of what happens.
Intelligence, insight and interaction
At the heart of our service is a set of executive briefing tools delivered to you in print, online and face-to-face. Each can work alone or as part of your broader portfolio of decision-support resources, and each can help you do the following:
Our services
As part of our service to you, we offer:
Regular briefings
Senior Economist Corporate Network analysts present their view of trends and developments in your region.
Access to a senior Corporate Network representative
Advice and customised intelligence to meet your needs.
Briefing papers delivered as PDFs
Designed to stimulate, challenge and inform your thinking. You can adapt and draw on these for your own internal reports, presentations and proposals.
Conclusion papers
Executive summaries presenting topline research findings and key discussion points from each of our meetings (Asia only).
PowerPoint slide decks
You can adapt these for your own presentations on markets, political and economic trends and business topics such as the changing workforce or trends in management best practice.
Introductions to your fellow members
Taking the hard work out of networking and making it easy to forge new business contacts.
Custom briefings
Delivered to you by a senior Corporate Network analyst on a topic specific to your membership package (Asia only).
Data, intelligence
Analysis including audio, slides, spreadsheets and research housed on the Corporate Network website.
Economist Conferences discounted rates
Members' discount for attending Economist Conferences events throughout the region.
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