Altitude Marketing attends Societas award ceremony as a finalist

Altitude Marketing was named a finalist for the inaugural Societas Award for Responsible Corporate Conduct, held by The Forum for Ethics in the Workplace. Altitude attended the awards ceremony, held on September 8 at DeSales University.

The Societas Award recognizes and celebrates responsible corporate conduct based on objective criteria and measures as judged by an independent panel of experts. To be considered for the award, Altitude submitted a detailed application package that addresses recognized elements of ethical business practices such as formal codes of conduct, compliance with both the letter and spirit of the law, accountability at all levels of the organization, and good corporate citizenship.

At the awards presentation, Kenneth Ridge, a graduate student at DeSales University, summarized Altitude’s award entry, “For seven years, Altitude Marketing has been providing its business clients with a unique combination of brand-building services and strategic perspective that most adverting agencies just can’t deliver. In fact, Altitude cannot be described as merely an ad agency- it’s an integrated brand communications company with expertise in web development, copywriting; direct mail; and public relations.”

Altitude was honored to be recognized for our standard of ethics and strives to continually provide the best for our clients. Altitude recently joined The Forum for Ethics in the Workplace, based at DeSales University. Altitude looks forward to being a part of this great organization.

About the Forum
The Forum for Ethics in the Workplace is a not-for-profit, wholly-owned subsidiary of DeSales University in Center Valley, PA. The Forum seeks to provide opportunities for people to come together for study, reflection, conversation, and action on ethical issues in the workplace.

The Forum hosts a quarterly breakfast series at DeSales that feature guest lecturers on topics of controversy or current interests that have real-world ethical implications. More information can be found on the Forum’s web page at