Raleigh (July 17) Sandy Costa of Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, L.L.P. and an author, shared a reading from his book Humanity at Work: Encouraging Spirit, Achievement and Truth to Flourish in the Workplace at an exclusive networking event on Monday, July 13.
The reading was one of a series of events presented by the Association of Corporate Growth (ACG). Doug Baker, CEO of Kryosphere, was the host for this event. This series is targeted to C-Suite executives and is designed to bring corporate executives from the Triangle together for topics of interest and networking.
“We were pleased with the amount of interest in the series and this program," said Margaret Rosenfeld, partner at Smith Anderson and ACG board member in charge of organizing the new series of events, “the discussion that followed regarding how the organizational and human side of business works together was extremely interesting and beneficial.”
Smith Anderson is a co-founder and a proud annual sponsor of the ACG, Raleigh-Durham.
The Association for Corporate Growth, Raleigh Durham, serves as a catalyst for business growth by providing businesses with relevant knowledge, sources of capital, and other resources.
The Association for Corporate Growth is a global organization for professionals involved in corporate growth, development, and mergers and acquisitions. Worldwide there are 53 chapters and over 12,000 members.
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