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South Carolina Business Review
Posted Mon-Fri, 05:30 a.m.

The South Carolina Business Review, with host Mike Switzer, focuses on news from South Carolina's business community with interviews of many small business owners and business leaders from around the state. South Carolina's nonprofits, including its colleges and universities are also regularly featured on the program, as well as many of the state's small business support organizations. 

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The South Carolina Business Review is a production of Magnolia Media for South Carolina Public Radio.

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  • Today we are continuing our coverage of the recently announced Small Business Week awards from the US Small Business Administration. An Upstate chemical mixing and blending company was named the South Carolina Small Business Exporter of the Year. Mike Switzer interviews Joseph Wilson, Jr. is president and CEO of Toll Solutions in Duncan, SC.
  • The US Small Business Administration recently announced their annual awards. And our next guest was named the South Carolina Rural Small Business Person of the Year who has become known for his leather work aprons. Mike Switzer interviews Michael Williams, owner of Calavera Tool Works in Johns Island, SC.
  • If you’re a new parent and your child is having trouble sleeping at night, your performance at work the next day could certainly be affected. Actually, lack of adequate sleep for any reason could certainly affect your work life and in fact, your entire life. Which is exactly what happened to our next guest and why she decided to enter the sleep business. Mike Switzer interviews Kim Rogers, founder of Sleeping Well Consulting in Lexington, SC.
  • Women are making, and managing, an increasing amount of wealth. One contributing factor is that as aging baby-boomer men pass on, they are also passing on the household wealth to their female spouses who tend to be younger and live longer. But our next guest says that women, in general, continue to feel uncomfortable managing these investments. So today, she is going to share some recommendations. Mike Switzer interviews Beth Jeter Hrubala, a certified financial planner in Spartanburg, SC.
  • Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Innoventure in Greenville, S.C. John talks about a new artificial intelligence initiative for the healthcare industry in the state.
  • By now, most people have heard of the Ronald McDonald houses which provide housing for families with seriously ill children so they can stay together near the child’s medical care. Our state has three locations and today we are going to check in with one to see how they are working with the local business community. Mike Switzer interviews Beth Lowrie, executive director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia.