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Strategies for overcoming business setbacks By Hannah Massen We’ve all been there: one of your best clients leaves you for one of your competitors. The new product you thought everyone would love falls flat. Your sales fall short of your goals...
Are you heading back to the office, or is your remote work model here to stay? By Hannah Massen It’s no secret that the pandemic forced thousands of businesses across countries to close their doors, but as companies reopen at full...
Traditional business management practices are still in style By Lucy Rosen 1. Setting team expectations “Setting proper team expectations and accountability has become one of the most impactful things to my business. Twice a month we bring all managers and executives together...
A well-written business plan can help you scale-up operations, raise revenue, and meet your biggest business goals. By Hannah Massen There are times in life when it’s OK to “wing it” or “fake it ‘till you make it.” Starting a business...
By John O’Toole John O’Toole is the executive director of the Beaufort County Economic Development Corporation. During 2020, while many areas in the Northeast struggled with residents exiting, South Carolina saw an increase in people moving to the area – with...
Many times, starting a business takes more than a great idea – it takes cash. While it’s true that most entrepreneurs have to “pay to play,” it’s not impossible to become a business owner on a budget. The key...
Three thought-starters to exceed their new expectations By Mary Patterson It was only a year ago that our lives and businesses were forever changed, although it does seem like a lifetime. Over the past year, consumers have created new routines, adopted...
The problem  The food and beverage industry was impacted by COVID more than most. Like many independent restaurants, the SERG Group had to shift to a take-out and delivery model. Having more than 15 restaurants in the group, it was...
By Mary Doyle, executive director of Memory Matters On March 16, our building was a flurry of activity like any other weekday at Memory Matters. Staff greeted clients attending our memory care program, chatted with their caregivers and sent them...