Leaders’ League

An Exclusive Leadership Peer Group
Representing the Best & Brightest
in the B2SMB Marketplace

The Leaders’ League of the B2SMB Institute is an invitation-only C-level peer group that meets 3 times a year.  The Leaders’ League addresses the most important challenges of the $500Bil Business-to-Small-Business marketplace in an open exchange of solutions, best-practices and creative problem-solving.

The Leaders’ League also serves as a guiding Advisory Board for the Institute, providing frequent feedback on the Institute’s agenda, on its offerings, and on its growth strategies.

Membership in the Leaders’ League is by invitation only, and for Members only.  

To submit your interest in a seat on the Leader’s League, please contact leadersleague@b2smbi.com.

 

May 16-17, 2018- SanFrancisco

Modeled on the Allen Company annual retreat, the Leaders’ Forum serves as an exclusive meet-up for B2SMB Brand founders, C-suite executives and market influencers, a unique destination to talk high-level strategy – from sales and marketing to product development, from delivery to training, from partnerships to investment.  As importantly, attendees will shape the future of the Institute and the B2SMB market at large, all in private, casual settings designed for candid, top-to-top exchanges.  Driven by cutting edge market insights, we’ll provide many Ted-Talk-like showcases for Leaders to share what’s working, what’s needed and what’s next.

The B2SMB Institute’s Leaders’ Forum is planned for May 16 & 17 in San Francisco.  

To reserve your seat for the Leaders’ Forum, click here.  You must be a B2SMB executive (Director-level and above, please.)

Already an Institute Charter or Enterprise Member?  Please e-mail vipmembers@b2smbi.com to register for the Leaders’ Forum.

Want to speak at the Leaders’ Forum?  Submit your proposal to submissions@b2smbi.com.

Want to Sponsor or Exhibit at the Leaders Forum?  Submit your request for an event prospectus at sponsors@b2smbi.com.

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