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Small Business

  • At about this time last year, we interviewed our next guest about some grants her foundation was making to improve historical documentation of minorities’ workplace and community experiences. This year a new round of grants has recently been announced to continue this work at some additional organizations, part of which will have a specific focus on African Americans.Mike Switzer interviews Kerri Forrest, director of Lowcountry programs at the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation in Charleston, SC.
  • At about this time last year, we interviewed our next guest about some grants her foundation was making to improve historical documentation of minorities’ workplace and community experiences. This year a new round of grants has recently been announced to continue this work at some additional organizations, part of which will have a specific focus on African Americans.Mike Switzer interviews Kerri Forrest, director of Lowcountry programs at the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation in Charleston, SC.
  • Sometimes small business owners need a little advice. When they do, they can turn to numerous nonprofit small business assistance organizations, and you regularly hear from those right here on this show. But there are also for-profit companies out there that help with coaching and peer advice assistance...like our next guest’s.Mike Switzer interviews Peter Brougham-Cook, owner of The Alternative Board-Lowcountry franchise in Bluffton, SC.
  • Sometimes small business owners need a little advice. When they do, they can turn to numerous nonprofit small business assistance organizations, and you regularly hear from those right here on this show. But there are also for-profit companies out there that help with coaching and peer advice assistance...like our next guest’s.Mike Switzer interviews Peter Brougham-Cook, owner of The Alternative Board-Lowcountry franchise in Bluffton, SC.
  • According to recent statistics, 67% of formerly incarcerated men are re-arrested within three years. Our next guest’s organization however, has found a way to reduce that number significantly..Mike Switzer interviews Leah Rhyne, director of marketing and communications at Turning Leaf, a Charleston nonprofit expanding soon to Columbia, SC.
  • According to recent statistics, 67% of formerly incarcerated men are re-arrested within three years. Our next guest’s organization however, has found a way to reduce that number significantly..Mike Switzer interviews Leah Rhyne, director of marketing and communications at Turning Leaf, a Charleston nonprofit expanding soon to Columbia, SC.
  • After the recent announcement from the NCAA that college athletes can now profit from their celebrity status, Governor Henry McMaster signed the Name, Image and Likeness bill and it is scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2022. Will this turn many of our college athletes into entrepreneurs?Mike Switzer interviews Bobby Robinson, an attorney with Nexsen Pruet in Charlotte, NC.
  • After the recent announcement from the NCAA that college athletes can now profit from their celebrity status, Governor Henry McMaster signed the Name, Image and Likeness bill and it is scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2022. Will this turn many of our college athletes into entrepreneurs?Mike Switzer interviews Bobby Robinson, an attorney with Nexsen Pruet in Charlotte, NC.
  • South Carolina small businesses received $1.87 billion through the federal Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, and were able to revive 280,000 jobs by…
  • How does a gym for a high-contact sport like mixed martial arts or boxing go about its business when there’s a virus in the air that demands we stay far…