On four evenings a year, the IT-Executive Club's club meetings takes place at the "Norddeutscher Regatta Verein" in Hamburg, thereby expanding the Hamburg IT Strategy Days - as a leading supra-regional decision-maker platform - with a network at regional level.
Between 50 and 60 guests from the IT sector will take part in the events. After the opening of the evening there will be a short introduction of the new participants, personal interviews with two CIOs from the community, a keynote lecture on the main topic of the evening with discussion and at the end the presentation of a start-up company. This will be followed by a relaxed finale with a view of the Alster.
Access to the club is not open to the public and can only be established by personal invitation.
At the New Year's reception in January, the members and friends of the IT Executive Club meet with decision-makers from politics, the media, young entrepreneurs and science for a lively and informative exchange. The supporting programme always includes a greeting from a personality from politics and the media, as well as a keynote speech from an expert from the industry. In addition, we present the ITEC Cares Award to initiatives that bring IT closer to children, young people and young adults at an early stage.
Speakers at the New Year's reception included Olaf Scholz (First Mayor), Dr. Carsten Brosda (State Councillor for Culture, Media and Digital Affairs), Dr. Christoph Krupp and Jan Pörkens (current heads of the Senate Chancellery and the Personnel Office), Dr. Klaus von Dohnanyi (former Minister of Education and former First Mayor) and Lieutenant General Ludwig Leinhos (Inspector of the Cyber and Information Space of the Bundeswehr).
Since 2015, the IT Executive Club has been welcoming members, friends and interested CIOs to its lounge at the Hamburg IT Strategy Days. Many CIOs use the exclusive access to the lounge to deepen the presentations of one or the other speaker in a dialogue by direct demand or to exchange with other listeners about the keynotes, workshops and breakout sessions. In addition, the lounge offers an exclusive retreat away from the congress operations.
In addition to the regular supply of coffee and pastry specialities and lunch as well as additional delicacies, the IT Executive Club also offers a supporting programme. In addition to promoting young talent, the club's birthday party is also on the agenda, which was founded as a result of the strategy days.
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To date, the venues in the programme have included Tallinn and Tel Aviv/Jerusalem (photo). A learning journey to the Silicon Cape Initiative in Cape Town is planned for 2019.
The summer festival takes place in August at the Norddeutscher Regatta Verein (NRV). In contrast to the club evening, which is exclusively reserved for the CIOs, the families of the members are deliberately invited to this meeting.
Outside of our regular club program we spend a convivial day to get to know each other better, apart from the professional club meetings.
During the brunch on "our club terrace" we not only enjoy the spectacular view of the outside ages, but also eat well and have interesting conversations.