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The Chemistry Club

The Chemistry Club is an autonomous organisation which serves the computer and information systems industries. The Club runs a variety of events - master classes, special briefings and leadership coaching.


IT Forum

Since 1999, our network-based meetings have enabled those taking part to meet in a non-aligned environment to discuss subjects such as benchmarking, transformation and productivity.

The Chemistry Club brings together the following people:
• Senior management from blue chip companies
• large Information Technology suppliers
• technical officers from media businesses
• state sector including local and central government
• chief executives from technology start-ups
• heads of purchasing
• marketing directors
• directors of operations
• partners from vc investors
• educators and scholars
• security and risk professional.

Guest lecturers are from a variety of sectors and present wide ranging topics including green issues, creativity, telecoms, finance and governance.

B2B Forum

Our B2B Forum is for suppliers in the Information Technology market only and is sponsored by our supporters. These informal gatherings enable business seniors to meet, share histories and discuss latest developments in the industry.

Special Briefings

The Chemistry Club arranges periodic special briefings for our supporters and others with a direct involvement to see how a particular major project is evolving. They have the opportunity to learn about cutting edge forms of management and project fulfilment.

Master Classes

We run full day, fully CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited networking master classes which provide delegates with the practical skills they need to develop their networking skills. Every facet of networking is covered including preparing for a business event, how to meet and communicate and how to follow up. For further details visit

For further details please visit our main website

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