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1 An Overview of EO

2 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine Agenda EO Overview EO Membership Benefits Application Process and Q&A

3 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine An international, non-profit educational organization (501(c)3) Chapter-driven organization run by member volunteers and supported by EO staff Programs designed to keep members informed on business, geopolitical and technological issues Stress importance of personal development as equal partner to professional development

4 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine 1987 Founded as YEO following 3 rd Annual ACE (Assn. of Collegiate Entrepreneurs) Top 100 event. EO’s board originally included: Neil Balter (California Closet Company) Julie Brice (I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt) Verne Harnish (First Principles Group & Gazelle’s Inc.) Kevin Harrington (Home Shopping Network Direct) Ted Leonsis (Redgate Communications & America Online)

5 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO officially incorporated st chapters launched with help of YPO ,000 members & WEO established ,000 members organization rebrands as “EO”

6 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO Today Members – 6,000 worldwide (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia/Pacific) Chapters – 131 in 44 countries Combined Sales – US$83 Billion Combined Employees – 700,000 Average Member – 37 years old with sales of US $12M

7 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO Overview EO – for entrepreneurs only – is a global community that enriches members' lives through dynamic peer-to-peer learning and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

8 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO Overview EO’s Strategic Vision—To build the world’s most influential community of entrepreneurs. EO’s Strategic Mission—Engage leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow. EO’s Values: –Boldly Go!—Bet on your own abilities –Thirst for Learning—Be a student of opportunity –Make a Mark—Leave a legacy –Trust and Respect—Build a safe haven for learning and growth –Cool—Create, seek out and celebrate once-in-a-lifetime experiences

9 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO Membership Benefits Mentorship Inventory of Skills Member Exchange Globalcasts Traveling Area Resource Programs Sponsors YPO Industry Roundtables Non-e O’s (CEO, YPO, WPO) Connections to Experts Peer-to-Peer Learning Forum Global Leadership Conferences Meeting-in-Meetings EO Leadership EOnetwork.org Direct Peer-to- Peer Learning Universities Family Conferences Regional Conferences Birthing of Giants MIT Advanced Business Program Chapter Events Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences Expert Content Peer Content Mix of Peer & Expert Content

10 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine EO Membership Requirements Be the founder, co-founder, owner or controlling shareholder of a company Have gross annual revenues in excess of US$1 million Must be under 40 for YEO Must be under 50 for World Entrepreneurs’ Organization (WEO), EO’s graduate peer group

11 Fueling the Entrepreneurial Engine Where do We Go From Here? Applications Processed Chapter Leaders Chosen and Begin to Meet Learning Calendar Established Forum Training and Placement

12 Q&A


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