Five tips from a successful businesswoman: Marsha Levin
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Five tips from a successful businesswoman: Marsha Levin

Berkeley Hall’s Marsha Levin, owner of Crown Clothing Company, shares good business advice By Eddy Hoyle Marsha Levin is the owner and president of Crown Clothing Company in Vineland, N.J., which celebrates its 80th anniversary this year. This family-owned company was founded by her husband’s father and grandfather. Upon her father-in-law’s death, it passed to…

Want to be a  great leader? Become a great presenter
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Want to be a great leader? Become a great presenter

By Richard Ellis In all my years coaching executives, I’ve never met anyone who didn’t want to become a better presenter. Why? Because business leaders know that powerful communications directly – and positively – impact their personal brands and professional reputations. Whether it’s a team meeting, a presentation to the board or a speech to…

Leading lessons from the kitchen
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Leading lessons from the kitchen

As more people seek gourmet in-home dining experiences, personal chef Lynn Michelle leads her business into the future By Ellen linnemann Since launching her personal-chef business, Chef Lynn Michelle, also known as The East Coast Chef®, has been bringing delicious in-home dining experiences to both local residents and vacationers here in the Lowcountry. Over the…

Five tips from a successful businessman: Joe Dattilo
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Five tips from a successful businessman: Joe Dattilo

Accomplished executive and volunteer Joe Dattilo offers advice for success By Eddy Hoyle Joe Dattilo has entered a new stage of life here in the Lowcountry, an exciting place to enjoy the outdoors golfing, boating, shooting and fishing at Palmetto Bluff. He retired in 2017 and moved to Bluffton full time in 2018 with his…

Five tips from a successful businessman: George Krall
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Five tips from a successful businessman: George Krall

Old school GE executive George Krall offers advice for success By Eddy Hoyle George Krall spent a 34-year career at GE and retired as corporate vice president and general manager of the Aircraft Engine Manufacturing division. He oversaw nine manufacturing plants and 21,000 employees.  Krall earned his bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth College as well a…