Join the Executives’ Association of Greater Phoenix

Arizona’s Premier Networking Group

We are always looking for new members.
We currently have a few open classifications.
Interested? Fill out the Form below.

The Executives’ Association of Greater Phoenix (EAGP) is looking for quality firms that will proactively participate and engage with fellow members.

We invite you to introduce yourself to the association by contacting the EAGP office by phone, email or by completing the Contact Us form below and let us know that you are interested in joining EAGP and attending a weekly meeting. Then a member will contact you directly.

Membership is open to all types of businesses. EAGP operates on the policy of “One Firm Per Business Classification”.

By doing so, a qualifying company is guaranteed exclusivity in that category with a distinct advantage of promoting their business to a select “Executive Sales Team” — a team that will, in turn, provide the Member Firm with business leads and referrals, information, and executive support when needed. EAGP has been a peer to peer leads generating and networking association in the valley since 1954.

Do I Qualify?

  • You must be the owner of the business or a qualified decision-maker.
  • You must be in business in the greater Phoenix area for a minimum of one year before joining EAGP.
  • Your business category must be “open”.
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To qualify for membership, you must meet the following criteria:

  1. Membership in EAGP belongs to the firm. Your firm’s business activity must not infringe upon, or compete with, the business activity of an existing member. Check our existing membership list to determine if any of the member firms compete with your company. If they do, you will not be eligible for membership in EAGP at this time.
  2. Your business must have been in business for a minimum of 1 year.
  3. The prospective member representative for your firm must be the business owner, or a key decision maker within the company who has direct influence on the firm’s purchasing and selling powers as well as the authority to represent and bind your company.
  4. The prospective member representative for your firm must have the ability to attend weekly breakfast meetings and attend occasional evening meetings for social events. Weekly meetings are mandatory and attendance is tracked. A business out of sight is out of mind so it is important you attend to keep your company and its products and services up front and in the minds of fellow members.

If your firm meets these qualifications, join us as a guest at one of our weekly meetings.

  1. EAGP meetings are currently held every Thursday morning from 7:00 am – 8:30.
  2. Attending as a guest allows you to meet our members and see how a typical weekly meeting runs. It’s an opportunity for us to meet you as well to learn more about your business. There is no cost for you to join us as a guest.
  3. We invite you to introduce yourself to us by contacting the EAGP office by phone, email or by completing the Contact Us form to let us know that you are interested in attending a weekly meeting.

How do I become a member?

  • All applications are subject to approval by the Board of Directors.
  • Prospective members are screened for possible conflicts by the Membership Committee.
  • Submit a membership application.
  • There is a two-week consideration period – where the application is presented to the Board of Directors for approval.
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What does a typical weekly meeting look like for the EAGP?

  1. Members arrive at 7:00 am.
  2. Networking: Time is allowed at the start for members to network and help themselves to breakfast. The meeting generally starts around 7:30 am with opening announcements.
  3. Leads and Information Sharing: Members then go through introductions where they each have an opportunity to announce who they are and provide any leads or information that might be of interest to other members.
  4. Promotion: Following introductions, one of our members will present a 30-minute corporate and personal profile on their business.
  5. The meeting adjourns at 8:30 am.

What happens after I join a meeting as a guest?

  1. When attending a weekly meeting as a guest, you will be provided with information on how you can submit a formal application to join EAGP.
  2. All membership applications are circulated through the membership for a period of two weeks to allow members to comment and/or ask questions. During this time, a member of our Membership Committee will contact you to schedule an interview. The interview allows us to seek clarifications on your application (if needed), to ask additional questions about your firm or about you as the proposed member representative, and to highlight the membership obligations and expectations. It is also an opportunity for you to ask us questions about EAGP.
  3. Your application is then taken back to the EAGP Board of Directors for discussion and final approval.
  4. Once your application is approved, you will be set up on our website and you will be invoiced for your initial membership dues.  Upon payment of that invoice, you will be able to attend our weekly meetings as a full member of the association.

Membership comes with some expectations!

Members are expected to:

  • Attend at least 75% of the weekly general meetings. Attendance is tracked. Associate members can join under the Representing member to alleviate some of the Representing members attendance requirement.
  • Proactively participate and engage with other members. Participation is tracked using the association app (Connectable). Participation includes sharing leads, doing business with other members, meeting with other members outside of the weekly meeting, giving testimonials etc…
  • Familiarize themselves with the various businesses represented by fellow members.
  • Provide information and assistance to other member firms when requested.
  • Encourage, solicit and receive business from other members’ firms.
  • Act promptly and accordingly on all business leads received.
  • Handle all referred business in such a manner as to reflect credit upon the referring member and the association.
  • Give fellow members the preference and opportunity in business transactions.
  • Recommend member firms to your associations, employees, and other contacts.
  • Furnish quality products and service.

*You can contact the EAGP office at for details.

What are the costs to join EAGP?

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There are three costs:

  • A one-time initiation fee of $500 is invoiced when your application for membership is approved.
  • A quarterly meeting fee ($625) is invoiced at the start of each quarter to cover weekly meeting breakfast and administrative costs.
  • Outside of the one-time initiation fee invoiced when you first join EAGP, membership costs a total of $2,500 each year.