Linda Hancock, L & H Merchant Services, advised a regular review of credit card rates to insure that all federally mandated reductions have been applied. She also passed along tips from CPA firm Dixon Hughes Goodman, to be continued next month.
Businesses profiled at First Wednesday:
Vinson Blanton, SieMatic Charleston, who brought SieMatic's fabulous kitchen books for everyone.
Jesse Lynn Nersesian, Salt & Seaweed, who wore cool clothes from her own beachy collection.
Phillis Kalisky Mair, Patat Spot Friet & Falafel, who made everyone hungry describing her natural and hand prepared falafel, salads, fries and sauces. Click on links for more info.
Margie Seabrook, Business Solutions Specialist at the U.S. Postal Service introduced the post office's brilliant new program, Every Door Direct Mail. No mailing lists, annual fees or postage permits, just pinpoint neighborhood targeting for delivery of your promotional pieces. Call Margie at 803-926-6332 for a free consultation, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amelia Shields, former buyer, manager and organizer extraordinaire at Max Jerome, is back in Charleston and looking for a job. Email email@example.com.
Graham Ervin, College of Charleston graduate who recently completed a Masters at UGA is looking for a position in the hospitality industry.
Looking for a spot on the agenda? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the whole newsletter here. See you next month!