Wendy Gardiner

Wendy Gardiner

Marketing Associate, CCH Small Firm Services
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting

Wendy Gardiner joined the CCH Small Firm Services Marketing Department in March 2008. She is responsible for designing most of the marketing collateral (sales catalogs, brochures, flyers) and she is editor of the SFS Insider employee newsletter that is distributed monthly to over 600 CCH Small Firm Services employees.

Wendy has nine years of marketing experience including event planning and marketing communications. She holds an MBA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Spanish also from UAB.

Beyond graphic design and newsletter editing, Wendy is an endurance road cyclist and has ridden distances as much as 750 miles in a little over three days. Wendy lives in Acworth, GA, a suburb of Atlanta.


Posts by Wendy Gardiner

A Global Platform for Ideas: The Wolters Kluwer Technology Conference Streamed Online for The First Time

Written on June 27, 2012

Showcasing its global technological capabilities, the annual Wolters Kluwer Technology Conference – an internal event for the company’s technology leaders – will be streamed, for the first time, from eight different locations to conference attendees all over the world. The Conference, in its fifth year, brings together top technologists across Wolters Kluwer to collaborate and exchange ideas and knowledge. The three-day conference is also host to keynote speakers who are top innovators in the fields of anthropology, computing interfaces and infrastructure, and technology. Read further >


Success Hinges on Accepting Change

Written on July 05, 2011

Embracing and accepting change starts with stimulating passions and being able to ask yourself “why.” In his closing keynote address at the 2011 Wolters Kluwer Technology Conference, Jack Lynch, member of the Wolters Kluwer Executive Board said technology leaders’ biggest challenge is not the technology, but the resistance to change. Read further >


Understanding Our Customers, Rapid Innovation Are Keys to Success

Written on July 02, 2011

In today’s competitive technology environment simply understanding technology is no longer enough to be successful. “We have to understand how our customers use our product, how our customers work, and be able to innovate quickly to perform better as a company,” said Nancy McKinstry, CEO of Wolters Kluwer and chairman of the Executive Board. Read further >


Almost Human: How a supercomputer can collaborate with humans

Written on June 30, 2011

In a trivia standoff between humans and a supercomputer, the supercomputer won. And it wasn’t by a slim margin. The supercomputer dominated revealing an exciting future of artificial intelligence versus human expertise. The supercomputer, affectionately called Watson after the IBM founder, Thomas J. Watson Sr., won three simulated rounds of the television quiz show Jeopardy! against some of the top minds in Wolters Kluwer at the 2011 Wolters Kluwer Technology Conference in Atlanta, GA yesterday. Read further >


Technology, Globalization, and the “Long Boom”

Written on June 29, 2011

In 1996, the then-managing editor of Wired magazine, Peter Leyden, predicted that technology and globalization would redo and revitalize the struggling economy. That putting the two pieces together would result in some magical transformation he refers to as the “long boom.” Critics thought Leyden was crazy at a time when e-mail and the Internet were still fairly new. The ramifications of global technology still hadn’t been realized yet. Except by Leyden. Read further >


Exploring trends, content, technology, and new ideas in the global information industry. New posts every Monday, Friday, and whenever the innovation bug inspires us. Visit www.wolterskluwer.com to learn all about us.
Recent comments
dropdown