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We find CEOs and corporate communications executives love working with us because we take a different approach where ‘your story is our story’. We take seriously the integrity of your message, so we let you develop and communicate your idea in our forum and directly to our CEO community. The communication from your CEO is unfiltered so you control the ultimate message. Our promise is about predictability and reliability and that you will always have final editorial approval.
And this is how we accomplish our mission of “disseminating CEO wisdom to elevate business, the economy and society”.
All three are similar in that they focus on two themes: timeless principles in personal leadership success, and business model success. (They do NOT focus on current issues like earnings etc.). Below are 5 topics that are usually discussed.
1. The brand differentiator and business model
2. The culture
3. The customer experience
4. Insights on the digital disruption economy
5. Leadership philosophy and insights on success in business
All three are different in that:
The CEO Forum (Radio) Show is a nationally syndicated radio show on over 25 AM stations across America with 600,000 weekly listeners. Founded in 2007, Robert Reiss has interviewed over 500 top CEOs.
The CEO Forum is a quarterly magazine founded in 2010, the only one of its type (by CEOs for CEOs) where all content is by CEOs; its readership is exclusively the top 10,000 CEOs in America. Each issue has 10 feature CEO interviews (about 2,500 words each), which are started from the CEO Show radio show where we use the transcript and work with the CEO’s corp. comm. team. We also offer 2-page thought leadership: CEO Insights, Expert Advice and Recommended CEO reading book review.
The CEO TV Show was created to share short videos of top CEOs and is video taped interviews of top CEOs. These videos are mostly distributed on mobile devices and by CEO related associations who share them with their membership.
Forbes.com articles by Robert Reiss focus on leaders of major brands who have a perspective that can be of value to our CEO readers.
The radio show is free. Segments of The CEO Forum and The CEO TV Show have a cost associated.
The CEO (Radio) Show reaches 600,000 listeners a week.
The CEO Forum reaches the top 10,000 CEOs in America via hard copy (all companies with over $450 million revenue and most with revenue between $1 billion and $10 billion) and the digital “flip” version is emailed to 9,800 CEOs (with over $90 million revenue)
On radio, CEOs and anyone who wants to become a CEO. More broadly, anyone who seeks business success and wants to learn from the best (top CEOs).
For The CEO Forum, the key audience is the top 10,000 CEOs in America.
All radio interviews are taped.
Forbes articles feature C-suite executives from leading brands who have a perspective that are transformative in culture, customer experience and digital disruption.
Email Robert Reiss firstname.lastname@example.org two answers:
Brand names executives; We generally interview 4 titles: founder, CEO, Chairman and president
The CEO must have at least one important insight which can help our CEO audience succeed
Our standard minimum revenue is $1 billion annually and over 1,000 employees (However we will make exceptions frequently).
Strategic CEO Connections are for organizations who want to reach CEOs via our continuum from face to face to shared media experiences.
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