Wanda Smith, CEO of Symphony Placements, participates in Piranha Tank reality investment show in Washington DC.

PiranhaTank_event_squares4-1Symphony Placements CEO, Wanda Smith, recently participated in the Washington DC Piranha Tank reality show as a Piranha investor.  The show is designed to match entrepreneurs with potential investors, but there is a proverbial catch!  Each idea or concept that is pitched to the investors must have a socially or environmentally sustainable connection.  So, by creating sustainable businesses for a sustainable planet, with sustainable capital, the mission is to drive growth in local businesses and identify entrepreneurs who have ideas that support the ideal.

Symphony Placements support local businesses.

abr-logo-300x100Symphony Placements is proud to support local businesses through a number of initiatives.  Here are a few ways we have recently been engaged with the business community.

Symphony Placements is a proud supporter of AHA Business Radio

Symphony Placements is a proud sponsor of AHA Business Radio, a weekly program dedicated to providing information to help business owners run their business and guide their decision making.  Each week, the host, Alan Hirsh interviews local CEOs and business owners on the local CBS Sports Radio station found on AM 1300 each Tuesday night from 6 – 7PM.   The program provides CEOs an opportunity to share their stories of success and failure with the audience.

Casey Cares Champion of Children Award

Casey Cares Champion of Children AwardCasey Cares Foundation names CEO Wanda Smith as the 2017 “Champion of Children” award recipient!

Casey Cares Foundation has named Wanda Smith, CEO of Symphony Placements, along with the Baltimore Ravens as the 2017 Champion of Children award recipients.

Wanda first volunteered with Casey Cares, after watching a segment of the TV reality show Secret Millionaire. She fondly recalls, “I was watching this TV show, and I saw the founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels working with Casey Cares to help all of these ill children and their families. I was truly overwhelmed, and I thought, I gotta get involved with that!