Nancy White Helps Charlotte Locals Rejuvenate Their Lives

Nancy White is well-known around Charlotte for being a transformational health coach, as well as for her sincerity, knowledge and passion for living a healthy lifestyle. You probably know her Read more

Nona’s Sweets Just Might Have the Recipe for Success

The Clementi family originally lived in upstate New York, in a small town called Endicott. For the last 21 years, however, they’ve been here in Charlotte. Now meet Dominica Clementi. For over Read more

FREE Legal Counsel for Entrepreneurs

Understanding laws and regulations can be one of the most challenging parts of being a business owner. What types of contracts do you need? How do you register trademarks? Are Read more

This is Knot Your Ordinary Bow Tie Company

Lerone Langston, Founder and Owner of Tie-My-Knot, reigned initially from Saginaw, MI, before spending time in Nashville, Tennessee, where he worked for the NHL Nashville Predators. “My plan was to Read more

Street Spice: Spicing Up the Food Truck Game

Brooke Barber, President of Street Spice Food Truck, grew up in Rock Hill, SC and went to Winthrop University as a Broadcast Journalism major and a German minor. While working Read more

The Employers Association Responds to New Overtime Regulations

As you might already know, new overtime regulations will come into full effect this December (December 1, 2016). Below is a members-only letter from The Employers Association (TEA) regarding these changes, and, Read more

Ryan Kirsch: Landscaper, Entrepreneur,…4th Grader

Ryan Kirsch is a young entrepreneur in Charlotte. At just 10 years old, he manages his own landscaping company, Turf Warrior, and has already been in business for four years. Read more

SBA 504 Program: A Few Things to Keep In Mind

Elaine Fairman, Executive Director of BEFCOR, once wrote an article for us, featuring the top 10 reasons to use an SBA 504 loan, and now she’s back with a few Read more