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SC Business Review

  • Companies that choose to be employee-owned through something known as an Employee Stock Ownership Plan or ESOP are relatively rare in our state and probably nationwide. But our next guest recently decided to use this strategy to sell the business he cofounded.Mike Switzer interviews Michael Weeks, president of DWG Consulting Engineers in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
  • Companies that choose to be employee-owned through something known as an Employee Stock Ownership Plan or ESOP are relatively rare in our state and probably nationwide. But our next guest recently decided to use this strategy to sell the business he cofounded.Mike Switzer interviews Michael Weeks, president of DWG Consulting Engineers in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
  • Many years ago our next guest came to the US from Kazakhstan to get his masters degree from the University of South Carolina in computer science and since then he decided to stay and see if he could take what he learned to new levels in this land of opportunity. His latest endeavor is owning and operating a trucking company out of the Midlands that continues to grow and hire more people.Mike Switzer interviews Alex Abrashkin, CEO of Motor Supply, Inc. in Columbia, SC.
  • Many years ago our next guest came to the US from Kazakhstan to get his masters degree from the University of South Carolina in computer science and since then he decided to stay and see if he could take what he learned to new levels in this land of opportunity. His latest endeavor is owning and operating a trucking company out of the Midlands that continues to grow and hire more people.Mike Switzer interviews Alex Abrashkin, CEO of Motor Supply, Inc. in Columbia, SC.
  • The pandemic brought many changes to our business community including positive ones. For example, in the gardening industry, some retailers saw as much as a 300 percent increase in their business. Bonnie Plants, the nation’s largest grower of plants for home gardens, estimated there were 20 million new gardeners in 2020. Our next guest has been right in the middle of that trend.Mike Switzer interviews Wally Steinhauser, co-owner of Wingard’s Market, in Lexington, SC.
  • The pandemic brought many changes to our business community including positive ones. For example, in the gardening industry, some retailers saw as much as a 300 percent increase in their business. Bonnie Plants, the nation’s largest grower of plants for home gardens, estimated there were 20 million new gardeners in 2020. Our next guest has been right in the middle of that trend.Mike Switzer interviews Wally Steinhauser, co-owner of Wingard’s Market, in Lexington, SC.
  • If you have a lot of money available to put into a retirement plan, you may want to hear what our next guest has to say about a strategy that he says will allow you to contribute an additional $38,500 annually to a Roth IRA.Mike Switzer interviews Ashton Lawrence, a certified financial planner with Goldfinch Wealth Management in Greenville, SC.
  • If you have a lot of money available to put into a retirement plan, you may want to hear what our next guest has to say about a strategy that he says will allow you to contribute an additional $38,500 annually to a Roth IRA.Mike Switzer interviews Ashton Lawrence, a certified financial planner with Goldfinch Wealth Management in Greenville, SC.
  • Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Innoventure in Greenville, S.C.
  • Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Innoventure in Greenville, S.C.