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Local young professionals selected as top future business leaders

Dalton Self is a local entrepreneur with a passion for creating opportunities for future business leaders. Self, Vice President of Jani-King of Augusta, was selected by the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce and Augusta Magazine as one of the Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch. Self, who is also responsible for overseeing other Jani-King locations,…

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Nonprofit director encourages business leaders to help the next generation

In 2020, Shanteka Glover was selected as one of the Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch and Georgia Trend Magazine’s 40 under 40 award recipient. Glover, senior IT technical and business analyst for Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, attended this month’s Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce Member Economic Luncheon yesterday. She has a passion for…

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Local program manager discusses supporting future female entrepreneurs

Female business professionals can’t always provide college scholarships, but they can provide support and mentor for the next generation of businesswomen, according to Revellee McNeil. “Women can provide their time and their presence,” McNeil said. “Make a phone call or meet for lunch.” McNeil, program manager for IntelliGenesis, LLC’s Augusta office, spoke about the importance of women…

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Nonprofit leader to discuss creating opportunities for next generation

Phil Olaleye runs an Atlanta-based nonprofit that provides mentoring and exposure to post-secondary educational opportunities and careers for high school students. Olaleye will serve as the keynote speaker for this month’s Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce Member Economic Luncheon, which will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza in North…

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Local marketing executives discuss branding at Chamber event

David Ray serves as co-owner and General Manager of Cyber City Circuits, Augusta’s largest electronics manufacturer. But Ray admits he still has more to learn about branding. That’s why he attended the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Third Thursday Business Builder event on Thursday, May 19. Kate Sanders and Cynthia South with the Alison South Marketing…

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Business leaders advised how to navigate social media landmines

According to Debbie Reeves, people don’t always use common sense, courtesy, and kindness when posting on their social media accounts. Reeves, Account Executive with Lamar Advertising Company, said it’s especially important for sales professionals to avoid posting derogatory content about people or businesses because clients read that content. “Even if your remarks are personal opinions and protected…

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