Affiliations of Attendees

 

Accenture
Acres
Advanced Wealth Solutions
Air Products
Altenburger Consulting
American Chemistry Council
American Institute of Chemical Engineers

AON Risk Solutions
ARGENI
Arthur D. Little
Arup
Asahi Kasei
AstraZeneca
Aterian Investment Partners
Avante Consulting
Avon
BASF
Beroe
Bhise Consultants
Bioplast Medical
BlackRock
Blue Marble Materials
BRAE Partners
Brazilian Chamber of Commerce
Brazilian Times
Bridging Competencies
Bristol-Myers Squibb
BP America
Buckingham Research
Bunge
Centrum Catholic University
CertainTeed
Columbia University
Chem Group
Chemical Heritage Foundation
Chemical Market Associates
Chemical Week
Chemists' Club
Citi
CMAI
Commercial Office of Peru
Con Edison
Control Risks
Core Results
Coty Credit Suisse
Decalth Systems
Deloitte
Deutsche Bank
Dow Chemical
Dow Jones
DSM
DuPont
EAC Valuations
Eastman Chemical
Empire State Development
Energy & Materials Circle
Evonik-Degussa
Financial Times
FJE Consulting
Forrestal Consulting
GE Capital
GenNx360 Capital
Ghen Materials
Global TaxFin Advisory
Goldman Sachs
Grace Matthews
Heidrick & Struggles
Higgins Consulting
Hilbert Peers & Young
Houlihan Lokey
Huntsman
ICIS Chemical Business
Idemitsu Chemicals
Institutional Investor Mag.
Int'l Dev. Associates
Ipintech
Jefferies & Co.
JIBC
Johnson & Johnson
JP Morgan
JVP International
Kaneka America
Kline
Kor-Chem
Korn/Ferry International
LANXESS
Lonza
L'Oreal
Marsh & McLennan
Maxim News
McMahon Technology
Merck
Micropore Technologies
Mitsui & Co.
Nagase America
NanoBiz
Nanotech Plus
Neil A. Burns, LLC
New Jersey EDA
Nexant
Nice Pack Solutions
Nostrum Labs
Novartis
Nova Capital Management
NYU
Oppenheimer
OXEA
P&G
Penrod Systems
Petrobras
Petroquim
Pfizer
PhibroChem
Poly-Chem Systems
Polyolefins Consulting
Pragmatica
Praxair
Precision Polymer Engineering
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Princeton University
Prior Cashman LLP
Rhodia
Roberts Mitani
Rockwood Specialties
Rothchild
Rothman Biomedica
Rothman & Renshaw
Rutgers University
Sanofi-Aventis
Shawnee Chemical
Siemer Management
Soliance
SpecialChem
Strasburger & Price LLP
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
The Martek Group
Touchstone Marketing
True North Associates
Tyger Scientific
Umicore Precious Metals
UPenn
University of Tennessee
VanguiardComm
Vencon
Vista Marketing
Vivimed Labs
Wharton-Upenn
Zymogenetics

 


 

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Annual Membership

The annual membership fee is included in the price of the first non-award luncheon that you attend in a calendar year. After that you are a member and can enjoy the luncheon discounts and other benefits as described below. Annual membership ends at the end of each calendar year.

There is no membership requirement for Events or Webcasts. You may join at any time.

Event prices vary from STEM supporters to non-members to members depending on the particular event factors including venue and timing of registration.

Student volunteer luncheons receive a subsidy and are often free but they must be preauthorized. CME reserves the right to cancel any reservation or to change prices without notice.

You can get the early-bird price if you sign up at least two weeks in advance for a particular event. Prices vary for each event and may change without notice.

Expand your Network

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Strengthen Your Career

Dynamic markets and technology are reshaping all aspects of economic activity. Get ready for agile competition, sudden disruptions in your workplace and new functions. Broaden your horizons and sharpen your strategy with authoritative, timely and actionable insights.

Support STEM education

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have been amazing forces propeling the advancement of civilization. CME membership helps move STEM forward through tangible support of scholars and CME STEM programs including Symposiums organized in collaboration with the NASA.Chief Scientist Office.

 

The Benefits of Paid Luncheon Membership

Get discounts on Luncheons (there are no discounts on Webcasts other than Early-Bird savings).

Learn the best practices from top industry spokesmen and thought leaders. Get the pulse of the industry and learn about key developments that create opportunities for business growth, employment and professionals advancement.

Stay connected to leading executives, innovators, entrepreneurs, thought leaders in business, technology and investments.

Engage influential people in a region with powerful financial, corporate, media and geopolitical centers. Leverage on 60 million of the world’s most affluent consumers who live within a four-hour drive of New York City.

Become a Sponsor and Reinforce your company’s position with the decision-makers and potential customers throughout the CME global network.

Your support will help science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education through the National Chemistry Week and scholarship programs at scientific societies. 

Help us help you and also mentor the next generation of leaders.

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