A few years ago, Bill Davis made the leap from an architectural career to becoming one of South Carolina’s first craft beer brewers, well before the home suds craze bubbled up. Learn about the impact the local craft beer industry has on the local economy. About Bill As General Manager, Bill is responsible for business
Greenville is home of some of the world’s biggest inventions. Do we continue to be the home for some of the greatest innovation and product design in the world? Do we foster creativity and enourage our inventors? How do we protect intellectual property?
Jerry Barber started, owned, and operated the second largest amusement ride manufacturing company in the United States for eighteen years, inventing over thirty-eight U.S. patents, twenty-two of which were produced commercially.
Precious presents a fresh, insightful spin on a simple, straightforward concept. Her emotional story and step-by-step advice will set you on fire! About Precious Precious is a powerhouse life speaker with the ability to captivate the soul of an audience with thought provoking messages that are sure to ignite change. She is a mother, life
John Warner sparks a revolution — a shift to open — a shift to free you from the silos you are in so you can make the connections you need to make the world a better place. He describes his journey to help people with big ideas to attract the resources they need, and to
John Bielenberg has recently partnered with Alex Bogusky and Rob Schuham to form COMMON, a new brand of capitalism that replaces competitive advantage with collaborative advantage and believes that benefiting people, communities, society, the environment and future generations is the new advantage in business.
Baxter Wynn, nephew of Georgia’s controversial Lester Maddox talks about his struggles in reconciling the racism of his uncle. About Baxter Minister of Pastoral Care at First Baptist Church in Greenville, Wynn’s lifelong dedication to service has earned him numerous awards, such as the Urban League’s Whitney M. Young Humanitarian Award for his role in
Eric Daniels of Clemson University’s Institute for the Study of Capitalism has lectured internationally on the history of American ethics, American business, and entrepreneurship, as well as the American Enlightenment. He has also appeared on C-SPAN and is widely published in the field of economics.