The European Executive Council (EEC) is an exclusive circle of confidential exchange and reflection which gathers the CEOs and top executives of around thirty major multinationals’ European headquarters.
The EEC grew in 2000 from a recognition that CEOs running the European operations of international companies were facing the same range of issues: organizing and developing business in Europe, cross-cultural management, explaining the specificity of the European market to head offices, etc. The aim of the EEC is to provide a strictly confidential top-level structure for sharing hands-on experience between peers.
The EEC meets on a quarterly basis in different European capitals. The meetings begin with an opening dinner presided by a European personality, followed by a one-day meeting session.