Between the Lines: Here for the greater good
Posted on April 25, 2022 | By Dawn Chafe | 0 Comments
From sponsoring sports teams to funding charitable causes to volunteering with non-profits, the Top 50 CEOs are present in the best sense of the word.
Most corporate recognition programs jump right to the bottom line. How big is the organization? How much money does it make? How much has it grown? That’s newsworthy, of course, but it’s still only a fraction of the story. As a bi-monthly publication, Atlantic Business Magazine has the advantage of going beyond the news of the day. We deliver the backstory.
And the backstory to the Top 50 CEO awards begins over 24 years ago, when we committed to doing something that was a true and authentic representation of Atlantic Canada’s corporate leadership excellence. Deliberate emphasis on Atlantic Canada. While businesses everywhere are united by numbers—revenue and expenditure, profit and loss—we found, over the course of our 33 years sharing Atlantic Canada’s business stories, that we have something very special here.
Not only are our best corporate leaders the ones who deliver positive financial results, but they are also committed to improving the local quality of life. Driven, perhaps, by the “small-town” feel of the region, our leaders don’t merely exist here: they are part of the community.
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