FAQs

Common questions about ICE, answered here!

What’s the difference between traditional business networking and ICE?

ICE connects business executives and influencers via a shared interest in cycling. Relationships develop easily and naturally through a shared interest which then allows a business connection to flourish. We don’t replace other business forums, we compliment them.

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What if I’m new to cycling? Will that stop me from becoming an ICE member?

Not at all! Our events are designed for various cycling skill levels and speeds: from social spins to serious rides. We have a healthy blend of ‘on-the-bike’, ‘off-the-bike’ and ‘virtual ride’ events, so you’ll feel at home and never bored! We are even trialling other healthy activities, such as running within our core event program.

What happens if my professional profile changes after I’ve become a member?

If you have more than 10 years management experience in a medium to large business or government organisation, you are eligible for membership, whether you’re still actively working or not.

Can my company get involved in ICE?

Yes! A limited number of corporate partnerships are crafted to benefit and grow our ICE ecosystem. ICE Corporate Partners leverage a continuous platform (digital and face to face) and use story-telling to share their business capabilities. Partnership enables access to a suite of tactical and strategic connection opportunities, providing deeper and sustainable relationship development, which in turn leads to healthy business.

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Where is ICE active?

ICE has members around the world. Active hubs with a full event program are currently Australia (Sydney, Melbourne); Singapore and London. Bespoke and member driven events exist in other locations (e.g. Tour Down Under in Adelaide) and we are planning to roll out more official active hubs.

If I’m living outside of an ICE active hub, which membership should I choose?

You should choose the Associate membership which keeps you connected and allows you to pay-as-you-go. Unless you believe you’ll be attending regular events, in which case, you could consider the primary membership or a business membership.

What does it cost to be an ICE member?

There are a range of options depending on your focus. You can find this information when you click “Join” or see Membership Options.

What perks does ICE membership offer?

The brands we are partnering with are ones that we use and like. Brands like SCICON, BELLROY, HENTY, KASK, SWIFT CARBON Perks are our ‘icing’ to you, in addition to access to a community of senior business and thought leaders.

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