Back for another amazing topic is Adrienne Cregar Jandler, President of Atlantic Webworks in Greensboro. Adrienne will be discussing “Business Ethics: Your First or Last Frontier?” on Tuesday, May 13th from 11:30 am – 1 pm at BB&T Ballpark. An abstract of Adrienne’s topic is listed below:
Large corporations usually have formal corporate ethics policies, and many regulated professions have codes of ethics. But what about small businesses? How do smaller companies establish and communicate their ethics, and integrate ethics into the corporate culture? Is there a cost to formally instituting ethics into the company’s fabric? How does having a strong ethical foundation impact the bottom line? Hiring? Retention? Join Adrienne Cregar Jandler, President of Atlantic Webworks, and winner of the American Business Ethics Award, for a practical discussion on business ethics and corporate citizenship.
More about Adrienne:
As President of Atlantic Webworks, a brand strategy, web development and social media agency headquartered in Greensboro, Adrienne has led the company through its 17 years of challenges and triumphs which all businesses eventually experience with growth. The company has developed a reputation for its integrity and high quality of work, and was awarded the Piedmont Business Ethics Award in 2007. It was then honored at the national level in 2008 when it won the American Business Ethics Award, alongside Daisy Brands and General Mills. Atlantic Webworks is the only Triad company to win this national ethics award. As an entrepreneur, Adrienne has since been active in the business community, working to raise corporate awareness of business ethics and its role in the community. When she’s not in the office, she enjoys snorkeling, reading, and traveling with her husband.
About our BB&T Ballpark Lunch:
Lunch will be buffet-style and all-inclusive. When you arrive at the Womble Carlyle Club, where the event is located, please offer payment for your meal to facilitate an efficient experience.