March 2018 Video
March 29, 2018
Warren Norman, Principal and Development Director for the Warren Norman Company, Inc., talks to us about some trends he is seeing in the real estate industry. One trend is rising costs, and he credits that to how busy everyone is.
March 28, 2018
Lawson Holland, Dept. Chair and Professor for Sports Tourism at Horry Georgetown Technical College, explains to us why sports tourism is recession-proof. The chance of a child receiving a sports scholarship keeps the business of sports alive.
March 27, 2018
David Britt, VP & General Manager of the South Carolina Division at Tindall Corporation, sits down with us to speak about how Tindall was formed and some background on it's founder. He also talks about how Tindall has spread across SC and many other states.
March 26, 2018
Rick Turner, President and Broker-in-charge at Engel & Volkers, discusses the booming real estate market in Hilton Head. He gives a portion of the credit for this to baby boomers migrating to a warmer destination.
Bill Caldwell of Waldrop Inc: South Carolina College Students Should Look into Speciality Contracting for a Career
March 20, 2018
Bill Caldwell, President and CEO of Waldrop, Inc., talks about how he would advise college students around the state to consider specialty contracting for their careers. This line of work could lead these young adults to a lot of success in their career and they could end up owning a company of their own.
March 14, 2018
Bill Miles, President and CEO of the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber, gives us some ways to participate in the chamber. One of these ways is the Taste of the Season event in November.
March 02, 2018
Denise Spencer, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, talks to us about her favorite hobby when not working. She enjoys the long forgotten art of needlepoint.
March 01, 2018
Allen Smith, President and CEO of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, talks about how they are answering the job situation in their region - advice good for all cities in South Carolina.