The Michigan CEO Summit is open to anyone interested in attending the event. The event typically attracts business, community, policy and opinion leaders from around the state.
The registration fee for the Summit is $150 and must be pre-paid by credit card or check. The fee covers your Summit materials and admittance to the event. It also includes breakfast and lunch at the event. The fee does not cover travel, hotel accommodations, or parking.
Credit card payments are processed via PayPal on behalf of Business Leaders for Michigan. You do not need a PayPal account to register or to process credit card payments.
Upon registering, you will receive an email confirming that your registration is complete. If you pay via credit card, you will also receive an email from PayPal confirming your payment.
Cancellation requests must be received by Business Leaders for Michigan by 5:00pm on Friday, October 4, 2019 to be eligible for a refund. A cancellation fee of $25 will be deducted from your payment. After Friday, October 4, 2019, refunds will not be provided; however, registration may be transferred to another individual. Transfer requests must be received by Business Leaders for Michigan by 5:00pm on Monday, October 21, 2019 to be eligible for a transfer.
Approximately 30 days before the Summit, Business Leaders for Michigan will post the list of attendees.
By registering for the Michigan CEO Summit, participants grant permission to Business Leaders for Michigan to use photos and videos taken at the Summit on the BLM website, in its social media channels, and in collateral materials used for future events, all without further authorization, consent or compensation.
Media Credential Policy
Business Leaders for Michigan values its relationships with members of the working media. That is why we seek to ensure reporters have adequate space for gathering information at summits, conferences and events.
For those reasons, we grant media credentials only to working journalists from bona fide newsgathering outlets. These include publicly read newspapers and news services (either print or online) and radio and television stations. Bloggers and podcasters are not classified as members of the working media at this time.
We define a “working journalist” as someone employed by an independent media outlet in one or more of the following capacities:
Freelance writers must present proof that they have been retained by a bona fide newsgathering outlet for the express purpose of covering the event. Credentials will not be granted to non-editorial staff (e.g., business managers, sales teams).
Independent media outlets are:
-Published primarily for the dissemination of news
-Regularly issued, and
-Editorially independent of any political, governmental, commercial, or special interest group. Applicants who report for newsletters or other publications for such groups are not considered working media.
Business Leaders for Michigan reserves the right to deny or revoke media credentials for any reason.
Cameras and Video
Video cameras and recording devices by credentialed media are permitted by prior arrangement with BLM staff. Business Leaders for Michigan reserves the right to ask a reporter with a camera to leave the event at any time.
Photographers are welcome to take photographs at BLM events, but must not use a flash.
If you have any questions about the Summit, please contact Courtney Masiarczyk at 313-259-5400 or email@example.com.
Business Leaders for Michigan welcomes members of the media to attend the event at no charge. Please pre-register and bring your credentials to the event; you will be asked to present them at check-in and display them during the event.Pre-Register