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Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands: Lending a Helping Paw

At STSM, Max sits in on client therapy sessions and shows a unique understanding for when people need him the most.

Declaration of Independence

Always a solid performer as part of multi-billion-dollar global companies, the truck parts manufacturer has flourished in the year since it was spun off. It’s now a $120 million company by itself.

Startup organization perks along

Columbia’s 1MC is a free program that provides a weekly forum for aspiring entrepreneurs to present their startups over coffee to a network of peers.

Dialysis to Despair: From Richard Nixon to Graham-Cassidy

I’m just a number. Do those we elect to serve care about statistics? Does our Sen. Lindsay Graham care about at least one of his constituents? Richard Nixon did.

Nothing Bugs This CEO

Knox’s grandfather bought an existing Terminix operation in 1947, the same year Knox was born. Today, both celebrate their 70th year, along with another milestone: the family-owned business is recognized as the nation’s eighth-largest pest control company.

Firms Dial Up S.C. For Call Centers

South Carolina has been an attractive location for siting call centers over the past few years. Greenville has participated in this success and is home to about 40 call centers of various sizes.

More than 1 million traveled in South Carolina to view the eclipse

Roughly 1.6 million people traveled to or within South Carolina to view the total solar eclipse last month. Their hotel bookings and other travel expenditures left an estimated $269 million economic impact across the state, making the eclipse the largest single tourist event on record in South Carolina.

Small Businesses Can Repel Malicious Attacks by Being Cyber-shrewd

The bad actors (criminals) on the other side of cyberspace are multiplying and increasing their efficiencies too.

BOOMTOWN

Property taxes in Austin are collected at about half the rate Columbians pay, and the charge per kilowatt hour in a discount deal to encourage conservation and small usage of electric power is half what Columbians pay.

MTC dental hygiene students volunteer for mission work in Columbia

More than 800 patients received an estimated $600,000 in free dental care from about 100 volunteers from across South Carolina and other states.



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