The Helm Society emerged from Josh Klenoff’s experiences in entrepreneurship, coaching, facilitation and finance.
Josh launches Nexus Network, a regional retail discount shopping network for consumers with 1,200 merchants… like the Entertainment Guide but for retail, not restaurants.
Josh launches his second company, CommunityMe, a startup funded by the current CEO of Evernote, to help web users customize their personal websites and build communities around them.
At 27, Josh partners with Marshall Goldsmith to found GK Training – a corporate training and executive coaching firm targeting Fortune 500 CEOs and… Josh sold GK Training in 2010
Josh joined JP Morgan and focused on conducting CEO Roundtables in which CEOs from Fortune 500 companies on down to start-ups would meet in order to address challenges and discover opportunities.
CEOs asked for a forum where they could meet more regularly. Josh, ignited more by creating wealth through the Roundtable than by managing wealth through the bank, created the Helm Society.
Helm Society reaches 400 CEOs!
Members span the full gamut of industries and range from small to Fortune 500.