Charter Member Retreat
TIE Global CM Retreat 2021
Venue: Saadiyat Islands, Abu Dhabu
Date: December 17th – 20th, 2021
The 2021 TIE CM Retreat will take place from December 17th to December 20th, 2021 at Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Prior to the Retreat, CMs are invited to the TIE’s flagship conference – TIE Global Summit in Dubai on December 15-16, as part of the Expo Dubai 2020, prior to the Retreat.
Charter Members will have a chance to network and meet their CM friends from around the world at this year’s TIE Global CM Retreat. Saadiyat Islands is one of the most prestigious addresses in Abu Dhabi, due to its scenic location and proximity to Dubai.
CMs and their families will be staying at St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort (or a similar luxury resort) which has a 94% highly recommended reviews. With its convenient location, the property offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations and landmarks. The islands has plenty to offer for visitors. From water sports, spa and steam rooms, golf courses, picturesque outdoor swimming pools and much more.
The Annual CM Retreat
The Annual TiE Global CM Retreat facilitates business and social networking with the TiE CM network of 3,000 TiE charter members from around the globe. The CM Retreat is an exclusive Event, meant for TiE Charter Members and their families, where TiE CMs meet old friends, discuss the charter of TiE, and foster closer ties within the TiE CM community. There will be several activities planned for CMs and their families; including Networking mixers, Inspirational speaker sessions, Sightseeing tours and Formal Awards & Gala Night ceremony celebrating excellence at TiE Chapters around the world”
We hosted our first-ever virtual TiE charter member retreat in September. This year we invited International tennis player – Vijay Amritraj as the Guest speaker. This former tennis legend hails from Chennai and was the first Indian to turn fully professional. Later, he became a sports commentator and occasional actor and used his fame in a positive way to uplift the sport in India. He was the recipient of the Padma Shri, India’s 4th highest civilian honour, in 1983. In 2001, he was appointed a United Nations ambassador for peace, raising awareness on the issues of drugs and HIV/AIDS and raising funds to fight the spread of AIDS worldwide. Stand-up comedian Sundeep Rao brought on laughs and fun with his performance during the evening. More than 500 attendees were a part of the event.