C12 Group Celebrates 20 Years and Launches Six New C12 Groups Across the US PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sandra Shumaker   
Tuesday, 31 January 2012 13:38

Greensboro, NC – January 30, 2012— The C12 Group is celebrating its 20th year as America’s leading equipper of Christian chief executives through its peer CEO roundtables and cutting-edge business and ministry resources.  C12 was founded in 1992 by Buck Jacobs, a dedicated Christian CEO and author, who began working with business leaders that desired to “go deeper” in their businesses. For the last 20 years, Buck has witnessed the steady growth of new Chairs and members becoming part of C12.  He remarked, “The greatest blessing that I have in C12 is seeing and hearing how it serves and contributes to others.”

The C12 Group has grown to more than 1000 members in 100 groups and 75 metro areas across America.  In recent months, new C12 Groups have been launched in Albuquerque, Houston, Northern Virginia, Little Rock, Central Maryland and Central Wisconsin.  C12 Group members span from a wide variety of industries and range in size from $1 million to more than $1 billion in annual sales.   All of this started from one Christian CEO roundtable practice with three groups in the Tampa Bay area.  According to Don Barefoot, C12’s President and CEO, “C12 has been a source of blessing to more than 3000 Christian CEOs, Presidents and Owners, as well as an estimated 12 to 15 million stakeholders in these companies.”

Because of the growth of C12, Chairs and members are increasingly being sought for quotes by national publications and to speak at national conferences like the Dallas’ Right Now Conference in Nov. 2011 where Don Barefoot and a local Dallas-area C12 member spoke and the upcoming June 2012 Business Ethics Today Symposium in Philadelphia where Buck Jones is scheduled to speak.

The C12 Group was founded in 1992 by Buck Jacobs.  C12’s growing network of more than 100 groups in 75 metro areas across America and is comprised of Christian CEOs and business owners who are seeking to grow both professionally and spiritually through iron-sharpening-iron interaction with other like-minded chief executives.

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