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If You Use Words, Use The Right Ones

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

It’s too bad that business doesn’t always apply the same quality-control standards to its writing as it does to what it manufactures.

Make Your Voice Heard in October

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

State and federal committees work on legislation throughout the fall in preparation for their return to session in the New Year. And your Upstate chambers meet throughout the fall to determine what the business community wants us to work on in 2018.

Myth Of China: Relationship and Family Values

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

There appear many myths when we talk about cultural differences in terms of West versus East. In reality, however, it is often difficult to distinguish one from another in such a clear-cut fashion.

How To Grow A Successful Company

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

There is no owner’s manual for building a successful company, and every business you create will have its unique challenges.

The Building Block for Our Future: Materials

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

The pursuit of lighter, more durable, environmentally resistant, and cost-effective goods drives a quest for high-performing materials across all industries, and it presents a world of opportunity for the Upstate.

The Disease Of Corruption Is Infecting Our State

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

This disease of corruption is bipartisan, contagious, and spreading.

Dialysis to Despair: From Richard Nixon to Graham-Cassidy

Sep 25, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

I’m just a number. Do those we elect to serve care about statistics? Does our Sen. Lindsay Graham care about at least one of his constituents? Richard Nixon did.

Post-Election Opportunity For Diversity and Inclusion Practitioners

Sep 09, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

The current political climate has many questioning the future for those who are often marginalized. Many diversity and inclusion practitioners may even view their role as less significant and threatened as a result of the newly elected commander in chief. What we must ask ourselves now is, how can the outcome of this election work to our favor?

4 Secrets To Uncommon Success

Sep 09, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Since ups and downs in any industry, market, or economy are inevitable, long-term success for you and your business rests in how you navigate these fluctuations and how you approach and manage risk.

We Are Better Than We Think We Are

Sep 08, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

One of our historic legacies is what one writer called our debilitating inferiority complex. It is best summed up by the often-heard phrase “if it’s a list of good things, we are on the bottom and if it’s a list of bad things, we are on the top.”

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