October 2014 Features

  • Wynfield Plantation Gives Guests a Little Something Extra

    October 30, 2014

    The South Georgia plantation belt running from Albany to Thomasville is home to the long traditions of hospitality and hunting. At Wynfield Plantation in Albany quail hunting and gracious hospitality merge into the picture-perfect setting for formal corporate events and informal business strategizing. Leaders in Georgia’s and the nation’s agricultural, banking, oil and gas, medical, chemical, trucking and private equity industries, as well as others, reward their best salespeople and top clients with excellent accommodations and guided hunting experiences.

  • Hannah Solar Ensures Georgia’s Place in the Sun

    October 27, 2014

    Georgia is one of the fastest growing solar markets in the country and Hannah Solar, winner of the 2014 Champion of Change Award, is accommodating commercial-industrial and agricultural demand for solar energy. We talk to CEO of Georgia-Based Hannah Solar Pete Marte about the growth of the industry in the state.

  • Wells Fargo Supports Georgia Small Biz in Post-Recession Economy

    October 23, 2014

    Wells Fargo serves 2.9 million Georgians with deposits of $29.6 billion. The reach of Wells Fargo, however, extends far beyond the customers who use its 281 bank stores distributed across the state. The bank’s leaders and staff are committed to positively impacting the whole of Georgia’s economy through small business programs available both to customers and non-customers.

  • GaMEP Positively Impacts Georgia’s Manufacturing Sector

    October 21, 2014

    U.S. manufacturing is experiencing a renaissance, and the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Program (GaMEP) is ensuring that Georgia’s manufacturing industry resurges with the nation’s.

  • Case Study: Reimagining Our Downtown, How Greenville SC is Building One of the Best in America

    October 15, 2014

    In Savannah, a Critical Issues presentation by HunterMaclean featured the successful and now famous revitalization efforts in Downtown Greenville, South Carolina, and its mayor, Knox White. White, the featured presenter at the seminar held at Savannah Technical College, said, “We’ve worked very intentionally with planners to create a great city.” And a great city they did make.

  • Georgia's Credit Union Celebrate International Credit Union Month

    October 13, 2014

    Credit unions statewide are celebrating International Credit Union Month this October. In Savannah, its no different, with Georgia Heritage Federal Credit Union joining in the celebration.

  • University System of Georgia Studies Demand for Georgia Film Academy

    October 06, 2014

    The University System of Georgia trademarked the name Georgia Film Academy as a proactive measure in its process of determining whether the state of Georgia has need – and the exact nature of the need – for such an institution.

  • Delta Community Credit Union CEO Lends an Ear and a Hand to Members, Employees

    October 02, 2014

    Chat with Delta Community Credit Union CEO, Hank Halter, about auto financing, mortgages and commercial lending, and he’ll give you his full attention and impart a wealth of knowledge about the industry.