At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, if you make just one change to your business in 2016 you’ll open up a new door to an even greater level of success. It’s a very simple concept. You don’t have to go get an MBA or Master’s in marketing. You simply have to refocus your offeri
If you are thinking about relocating your business or your entire family to Kinston and Lenoir County in North Carolina, you have plenty of reasons to do it and we understand where you are coming from. The area is excellent for new, thriving business and its residents some of the most
Many young entrepreneurs may need to grow their companies and they come to the point to decide whether they should join a chamber of commerce or not. Actually, today it may seem that a web agency can do more in terms of visibility and networking. But chambers of commerce still stay re
âWhat a magazine can offer readers is a path to understanding, a filter to sift whatâs important, a pause to learn things that the Web has no time to explain, a tool to go back over the things we think we know but canât make sense of. A magazine allows the reader to play in a di
Eastern North Carolina has diversified its electricity sources with the help of green energy technology installed at the North Carolina Global TransPark (GTP). Greenfield Power, a Charlotte-based solar firm, completed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system at GTP and Progress Energy Carolin
East Carolina Council, BSA has been recognized by the National Council, BSA as a Quality Council for the fourth consecutive year. The award measures progress in financial management, quality of program, service to Scout units, increase in volunteers and membership growth. Ben Moore, C
The CCP grant-funded project âLift Off, Lenoir! A Partnership between Lenoir County Public Schools and Morehead Planetarium and Science Centerâ will officially launch during a reception scheduled to be held on Monday, January 31 from 4:00 -6:00pm at the Spirit Composite Center of
The Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce has been serving Kinston and Lenoir County since 1911. The Chamber acts as a voice and advocate for the community regarding economic, community and government issues and represents Kinston and Lenoir County as a great place to live, work and play.