Ring of Reciprocity – Building Relationships & Exchanging Resources

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Wednesday, December 9, 2020
5:30pm— 6:30pm
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Dallas, TX
United States
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Dare Rosebery

WCDFW Invites You to Ring of Reciprocity

During our virtual ROR, up to 10 alumni will share specific professional or personal requests with the group and participating alumni will offer their ideas, connections and resources.

Award-winning, sought after Wharton Professors Adam Grant and Stew Friedman are champions of the ROR Return for participants. Adam Grant has developed Givitas software and a business called Give and Take around the concept, and Stew Friedman employs a variation of ROR he calls a Help-a-Thon for his MBA students.

Registrants will be sent meeting info and a link to a ROR help sheet where we will share connections and resources with each other during the event. Please input your information and request - personal or professional - BEFORE the event.

ROR Request Example: BILT is an app that creates 3D animated interactive instructions viewable on a phone or tablet. I am interested in connecting to ANY manufacturers or retailers who sell products with assembly or installation instructions (e.g. IKEA). Our current customers include Weber Grills, Home Depot.

Co-Hosts: Aaron Gutsu WG18 & Dare Rosebery W90
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dare via [email protected].


Event Host: Wharton Club of Dallas Fort-Worth
 Wednesday, December 9
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM CT
Location: Virtual
Cost: FREE for Members; Non-members: $15 


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