May 2018 Video
May 30, 2018
Douglas Lineberry, Intellectual Property Attorney with McNair Law Firm, talks about how the customer "putting the cart before the horse" has become a trend he is seeing among clients. By this, he means that many people are using trademarks and names without checking to see if it is being used.
May 17, 2018
Joe Griffin, Manager at Webster Rogers LLP, talks to us about a big change that has been brought about by the recent tax law. This new law completely changes how you depreciate assets you buy in the current year you place them in service.
Chip Munn of Signature Wealth Strategies on How They Help Clients Know How Much Risk They Are Willing to Take on
May 16, 2018
Chip Munn, Managing Partner at Signature Wealth Strategies, talks about how the current geopolitical tension is affecting the amount of risk people are willing to take. He also discusses the importance of having a plan so you can be prepared for the risks to come.
Fred Carter, President of Francis Marion University: Higher Education is the State's Greatest Asset and Greatest Challenge
May 14, 2018
Fred Carter, President of Francis Marion University, talks about how higher education is an asset in that it provides the state with educated member of the workforce. He also mentions that higher education is challenged in the area of providing accessible education to everyone at an affordable rate.
May 09, 2018
Stewart Spinks, Founder and Chairman of the Board at Spinx Company, sits down with us to talk about his company and give us a brief background of it. He also mentions that this year is the company's 45th year in business with about 80 service stations.
May 07, 2018
Robert Wyatt, President of Coker College, talks to us about how what colleges need to bring to the table for businesses has changed with technology. Colleges need to see and respond to the coming of new technology and cater to businesses with those changes in mind.
May 03, 2018
Walter B. Todd, III, President and Chief Investment Officer of Greenwood Capital Associates, talks to us about one of the many challenges South Carolina investors are facing. He says that investors need to be more realistic in what their returns are going to be.
May 01, 2018
Ted Pitts, President and CEO of the South Carolina Chamber, discusses the Chamber's new event, SC Branded.