© 2021
background_fid.jpg
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

SC Business Review

  • Theater careers are often incubated in children, either by an interest in TV shows or movies, but also sometimes by in-person town theaters. Founded in 2005, our next guest’s children’s theater is our state’s only professional resident theater for young audiences, i.e. professional adult actors performing for children and families.Mike Switzer interviews Jerry Stevenson, co-founder and artistic director of Columbia Children's Theatre in Columbia, SC.
  • Theater careers are often incubated in children, either by an interest in TV shows or movies, but also sometimes by in-person town theaters. Founded in 2005, our next guest’s children’s theater is our state’s only professional resident theater for young audiences, i.e. professional adult actors performing for children and families.Mike Switzer interviews Jerry Stevenson, co-founder and artistic director of Columbia Children's Theatre in Columbia, SC.
  • Regarding the rebounding US economy, our next guest recently said: “After all the recent misery, have we entered an exceptional high-growth era that will continue until mismanagement or misfortune brings an end to it? Or is it something else?” Let’s check in with him and see if he’s found the answer.Mike Switzer interviews Bruce Yandle, Dean Emeritus at the College of Business & Behavioral Science and Alumni Professor of Economics Emeritus, both at Clemson University. He is also the Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center which publishes his Economic Situation Report.
  • Regarding the rebounding US economy, our next guest recently said: “After all the recent misery, have we entered an exceptional high-growth era that will continue until mismanagement or misfortune brings an end to it? Or is it something else?” Let’s check in with him and see if he’s found the answer.Mike Switzer interviews Bruce Yandle, Dean Emeritus at the College of Business & Behavioral Science and Alumni Professor of Economics Emeritus, both at Clemson University. He is also the Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center which publishes his Economic Situation Report.
  • Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur whose insights are published online at Medium under the title “Control Your Destiny”. He is based in Greenville, S.C.
  • Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur whose insights are published online at Medium under the title “Control Your Destiny”. He is based in Greenville, S.C.
  • We last interviewed our next guest when her magazine for women entrepreneurs was just getting off the ground. As our state is beginning to emerge on the other side of this pandemic, we thought we’d check in and see how she and other women small business owners that she has been in touch with have been able to keep their businesses afloat.Mike Switzer interviews Anna Gelbman Edmonds, publisher and managing editor of The F Suite in Columbia, SC. Disclaimer, I will be contributing an article and South Carolina Public Radio has received an advertisement in her magazine.
  • We last interviewed our next guest when her magazine for women entrepreneurs was just getting off the ground. As our state is beginning to emerge on the other side of this pandemic, we thought we’d check in and see how she and other women small business owners that she has been in touch with have been able to keep their businesses afloat.Mike Switzer interviews Anna Gelbman Edmonds, publisher and managing editor of The F Suite in Columbia, SC. Disclaimer, I will be contributing an article and South Carolina Public Radio has received an advertisement in her magazine.
  • After 30 years in commercial real estate, our next guest decided to become a blogger on that topic, specifically under the auspices of Forbes magazine. And he has some interesting things to say about real estate investment trusts.Mike Switzer interviews Brad Thomas, CEO and founder of Wide Moat Research in Duncan, SC and author of Forbes Real Estate Investor newsletter.
  • After 30 years in commercial real estate, our next guest decided to become a blogger on that topic, specifically under the auspices of Forbes magazine. And he has some interesting things to say about real estate investment trusts.Mike Switzer interviews Brad Thomas, CEO and founder of Wide Moat Research in Duncan, SC and author of Forbes Real Estate Investor newsletter.