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Learning to delegate will help you keep great people.  By Jenna Spencer If you search Google for the definition of a leader, you’ll find tons of answers. All of those answers have one root meaning: to lead others. A leader is...
Women entrepreneurs heat up Hampton County’s growing business community By Hannah Massen Hampton County has become a hub for women-owned businesses, thanks to the widespread drive for economic development and a new business incubator in downtown Hampton. Despite the pandemic, several...
Benny Hudson Seafood builds trust, and business, through five generations. By Ellen Linnemann From the minute a customer walks in the door of Benny Hudson Seafood Market, the experience is unlike buying seafood anywhere else. The main reason, of course, is...
Jake Higgins’ journey as a serial entrepreneur Story + Photos by Lucy Rosen People start businesses for all kinds of reasons. Some are in it for the money, some are in it for the thrill, and others have dreams of making...
Reach your full potential by following these 7 golden rules By Richard Ellis As an executive coach and business strategist, leaders often ask me what will make them most successful. That’s easy – high-impact communications.  Without strong communication skills, even the most...
Meg James is creating opportunities for women in the building industry. By Hannah Massen  From the “fairy houses” she made as a child, to her position as executive officer of the Hilton Head Area Home Builders Association (HBA), Meg James always...
Charter One Realty leads by example in supporting the Lowcountry community. By Hannah Massen  When it comes to real estate here in the Lowcountry, Charter One Realty has been an established leader for more than three decades. The agency’s depth of...
What creative leaders have & how to harness your creativity as you lead By Hannah Massen We generally picture leaders as being charismatic, determined, and natural-born risk-takers. But picking up the reins and leading requires more than just courage.  They’re not afraid...
By Randi Busse  While many will be hard pressed to express such sentiment, one local business owner has created several silver linings. Ian Duncan and his wife, Kathleen, founded The Grind, a full-service coffee supply company in Bluffton in 2016. Their...