The Chemistry Club FAQ

What is The Chemistry Club?


The Chemistry Club is an independent, commercial organisation providing a range of services for people in the technology sector. We run events, technology briefings, business communications skills training and executive coaching.


What is the format of the Technology Forum?


Our events are usually held in the evening and have a guest speaker who talks about a current topic. An informal buffet is available for those wishing to eat and there are no formal seating plans. The evenings tend to draw to a close usually around 9.45pm.


Do you guarantee introductions at the Technology Forum?


No. Introductions are by attendees' mutual consent.


Can an attendee decline an introduction?


Yes, there is no obligation for an attendee to talk to someone they don’t wish to. Introductions can be declined.


Who attends the Technology Forum?


senior executives of FTSE-100 companies or equivalent

major technology suppliers

chief technology officers / chief digital officers

heads of high growth, disruptive technology companies

public sector from central and local government

risk and security directors

directors of marketing


operations directors


To further enrich debate, we also invite leading academics, security, risk and operations directors.



Who can attend The Chemistry B2B Forum?


The Chemistry B2B Forum is solely for IT industry executives from the private sector.


Why do people attend The Chemistry B2B Forum?


Executives meet to debate issues such as change, adaptation and innovation.


Who attends your Networking Master Classes?


Typically our sessions are for middle to senior management and there is usually a maximum of fifteen delegates.


What is the format of your Networking Master Classes?


There are no slides or presentations and delegates are on their feet for most of the day. It is an open session and we deploy a range of techniques to ensure an effective learning experience.


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