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inthisissue February 2008
Sweet Spot
A $16 billion-asset bank operating in the backyard of the nation’s biggest financial institutions needs a niche, a concentration where it can shine. How does First Citizens Bank compete in Charlotte’s banking hotbed? Area Executive Marc Horgan points to the bank’s succinct vision statement: “To help our customers achieve a lifetime of success."
[Time Warner Cable - Business Services]
Its Not Just Cable Anymore
TWC Business Services is introducing its new services gradually, planning the region’s expansion based on the growth and demands of the market in an effort to achieve its goal to be the premiere communications company in the Carolinas.
Obsessive Constructive
Shawn and Gregg McAllister have built a company known for its care in planning, cost analysis and efficient building practices. Their business has grown to include adaptive reuse projects, high end restaurants, retail and office space, as well as multifamily residential projects.
Idea Generators
In today’s competitive market, companies are searching for new and innovative ways to spread their message and brand their name to potential and existing clients. Max Daniel has made a career out of selling solutions through his promotional marketing business.
[The River Bend Sportsman’s Resort]
Setting Sights on Outdoor Adventure
Ralph Brendle’s goal in 1985 was to create a sporting resort that provides a quality destination for private members, the general public, and corporate client entertainment. Twenty-three years later, he continues to exceed his customer’s expectations with River Bend.
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