CNBC Technology Executive Council


About CNBC Technology Executive Council

CNBC Technology Executive Council is a membership community for technology executives to discuss breakthrough solutions and innovations in the technology industry. It is one of four CNBC Councils that offer strategic opportunities to executives across different industries.

CNBC Technology Executive Council is a fee-based, invite-only membership organization that is fully remote with members dispersed around the globe.

CNBC Technology Executive Council offers members a host of benefits. These privileges include access to tailored content, peer-to-peer networking with CNBC journalists, and invitations to exclusive events.

This organization offers networking opportunities via annual summits with global thought leaders and digital portals to stay connected with the community.

In order to be eligible for CNBC Technology Executive Council, you must be a CIO, CTO, CDO, or CISO from a successful technology firm. In order to be considered for CNBC Technology Executive Council, qualified candidates must either apply for consideration or be referred by existing members.

An annual fee in the range of $5,000 to $10,000 will be due at the time of joining the organization and billed annually for continued access.

The organization’s members work at an array of reputable companies, most notably: Adobe,, Equifax, Fannie Mae, and the NBA.


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Annual Membership Fees

$5,000 - $10,000