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Part Two: Make 2018 your EntrepreYEAR!

This article addresses the resources available to help you locate a space to work, conduct your research and development, obtain mentorship, present your idea, and secure financing.

How to Proceed When Using an Internal Sexual Harassment Investigator

What if you can’t afford to hire an outside investigator? The next best thing is to appoint a competent, fair minded, management-level employee to investigate.

How Will 2018 Tax Reforms Impact You?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will have widespread implications for companies, the American economy, and individuals. It’s already influencing many executives’ business decisions.

‘I Gotta Go Sell Something’

At some point in every entrepreneur’s journey comes the realization that business is driven by sales and that sales are driven by YOU.

South Carolina Businesses: Understanding and Managing Risk

First, we need to consider security from a comprehensive view. Security is more than gates, guns, and guards – although physical security is certainly one component of it.

This Cannot Be Tolerated

The after-2 a.m. crowd needs the access to the city just as much as the 9-5 daytime conventional types.

Business Community Focuses on S.C.’s Subpar Education System

More voices are saying a subpar system is a threat to business, and corporate South Carolina should get behind educational improvements with a sense of urgency.

Seed Researchers Reviving Food Traditions

Researchers and scientists across the state are helping revive crops and food traditions from the antebellum era and beyond that were thought to be gone with the wind.

From Campaigning to Governing

This year, the Municipal Elected Officials Institute is celebrating 30 years of graduates. More than 1,600 local officials have completed the program.

Girl Scouts Women of Distinction Honored March 1

Nearly 200 people attended the fundraising event, which was held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.