About Round Table International
We believe in bringing about change and excellence in ourselves and our community.
Our motto is Adopt, Adapt, Improve and we bring young men between 18-40 years of age together, to challenge, inspire and learn from each other. We share ideas openly with trust, and empower each individual to make a positive impact at home, work and in his community.
We call it Tabling and we do this locally where we meet regularly. We plan and organise meetings and events for ourselves and others that focus on personal development, fun & fellowship and community service. Together we form an international network of bright young men.
We are Round Table. One World, One Table.
Aims & Objectives of RTI
- To promote fellowship and understanding between Round Table Associations worldwide.
- To promote the formation of new Round Table Associations throughout the world.
- To initiate, develop and improve working relationships with Club 41 International and Ladies Circle International for fellowship, networking and Joint Service objectives.
- To promote and administer Joint Service Projects worldwide.
No strangers here, only friends you haven’t met yet!
As a member of Round Table, you’ve got the unique opportunity to meet over 30.000 new friends world wide. You will find them from the plains of Africa to the favelas of Brazil. From the mountains of Nepal to the skyline of New York.
Round Table is a worldwide organisation, so don’t hesitate to get a taste of its magnitude. There are lots of options to experience Round Table on an international level. Whether you’re interested in traditional events such as AGM’s or number meetings, or you just prefer to improvise, you’ll discover your next destination here!
Round Table Maxim
Round Table motto or a maxim comes from a speech made to the British Industries Fair in 1927 by the then HRH Prince Edward, Prince of Wales ‘The young business and professional men of this country must get together round the table , adopt methods that have proved so sound in the past, adapt them to the changing needs of the time, and wherever possible, improve them’.
This speech quickened Mark`s enthusiasm, and led to a meeting at Suckling House in Norwich on 14th March 1927 at which “Round Table” was formed.