Atlanta CEO

What a Night!

Many thanks to all who supported the Atlanta CEO Council Holiday Event on Monday. We raised significant funds for Junior Achievement’s Chick-fil-A Foundation Discovery Center. It was also the chance to introduce many of our members and friends to the Discovery Center and our own collaborative start up storefront “StArTLe”.   [print_gllr id=4664]    

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Are We in Another Bubble? Excellent Question!

I had a great evening at the most recent Atlanta CEO Council executive reception.  There were about 130 people there, many of them long-time friends and business acquaintances, and it’s always refreshing to get together for informal discussions with these folks – especially in as nice a setting the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead. Driving home, it struck me that there […]

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What Junior Achievement Means to an Executive Who Volunteers

Everybody gets it: giving back is good, especially when it comes to investing in the education of our children.  Everyone is busy, particularly if you are running a company and trying to squeeze in a  a little free time for yourself and your family. DeAnn Hargis, Managing Director, Global Quality, Compliance and CSR at Alcatel-Lucent, knows its worth her […]

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Atlanta CEOs Are Social Media Animals

A survey of nearly 200 Atlanta area C and senior executives shows that 80% use social media as a key marketing tool. The top uses are to build client relationships and develop brand awareness. Click to see complete survey.

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Entrepreneurs Plan Growth

Atlanta CEO Council executives are planning for growth this year, focusing on entrepreneurial opportunities and partnerships, according to a recent survey of nearly 200 ACEO participants. Executives cite “insourcing” as an expansion area, keeping jobs closer to home.  And most plan to be around a long time through growth and re-investment for sustainability. Insourcing – keeping jobs that might […]

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