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inthisissue June 2007
Bundling Solutions
The very nature of a technology company is evolutionary—a delicate balance between scientific innovation, tense competition, and traditional business practices to assure quality products and customer service. No one knows this better than Time Warner Cable’s Charlotte Division, which has grown to almost 450,000 customers at a growth rate of around 24, 000 a year
[SouthWood Corporation]
Knowing the Signs
Ernest Dwight admits that when he entered the signage business he wasn’t quite sure where it would take him. But throughout the years, his company has earned a reputation for excellence by staying focused on “service, dependability, and responsiveness.”
Designer Ink
It is Dennis Gunson’s job to oversee the transformation of concepts and designs into best-in-class printing technique solutions and textile inks. Millions of garments and products around the world are produced with inks made by the division of Rutland Holdings in Pineville Industrial Park.
[UNC Charlotte Continuing Ed]
Providing Real-World Business Solutions
Their mission is working to keep Charlotte’s business community on the cutting edge in the face of constant change. Working to make these educational opportunities relevant and accessible for companies and corporations has become Amy Wartham’s passion.
[Hubert Whitlock Builders]
Golden Legacy
Hubert Whitlock recalls the decision to start his company as “the best mistake I ever made.” Now they are celebrating their golden anniversary, and the success of their custom home building and renovation firm emphasizing integrity and performance, precepts instilled by its founder.
[publisher's Post]
How in the World Did This Happen?
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