Founder, Joseph Mancuso
The founder of the 41 year old not-for-profit
Chief Executive Officers Clubs (CEO Clubs),
Joe Mancuso is the entrepreneur's entrepreneur.
CEO Clubs International is composed
of CEO’s running businesses with about $20,000,000
of average annual sales. The club has over
16,000 current active members in USA and
an equal number outside USA..
Mancuso is a popular speaker and participants
have paid over $300,000,000 to hear the
talks and workshops conducted or arranged
by Joseph Mancuso.
Most recently, Joe has traveled to China;
thirty times in twelve years and brought
with him on the trips over 1000 diverse
CEOs. Today the Clubs have chapters in China/India/Dubai/Taiwan/Spain/Pakistan/Romania/Korea/Ukraine/
Greece; with plans to open Australia, South
Africa and Russia.
Mancuso is undoubtedly best known as
an author. His books and tapes have been
heard or read by more small business people
than those of any other management author,
according to Simon & Schuster. He has
edited or written twenty-nine books, and
currently a dozen books are classified as
backlist books, which sell about the same
quantity every year. In addition,
Joe has authored numerous magazine articles
and booklets; in such a diverse magazines
as Playboy, Penthouse, Success, Harvard
Business Review, The Journal of Marketing
and The Journal of Small Business. His materials
about business plan preparation have outsold
all other authors combined.
Mancuso's newest book, "CEO'S
ARE A LITTLE CRAZY" is the only
book that is a page turner;
whereas other books like "HOW TO
WRITE A BUSINESS PLAN," will put
you to sleep in
five minutes but has itself sold
over a million copies.
Joe holds an Electrical Engineering degree
from WPI and an MBA from the Harvard Business
School. His Doctorate is from Boston University
in Educational Administration. He was the
Chairman of the Management Department at
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in
Massachusetts before launching CEO Clubs
International in 1977. He lives in Manhattan,
with his wife and business partner, Karla,
their two children Max and May. His three
married daughters have given him six grandchildren.