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Nominations Being Accepted for 2018 Roaring Twenties Awards

Together with SC Biz News, nationally recognized public accounting firm Cherry Bekaert LLP (“the Firm”) is proud to once again sponsor the annual Roaring Twenties program, which honors the fastest growing companies in South Carolina. The Roaring Twenties recognizes the top middle-market South Carolina businesses that have contributed to the state’s economic growth. Selected companies will be divided into “Small” ($10 million and under) and “Large” (over $10 million) categories and ranked according to their revenue growth over a one-year period. Dollar and percentage increases will be considered in the rankings. Eligible companies must meet the following criteria: Have a physical presence in. Read More.

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Roaring Twenties Nomination Period is Now Open

Do you know a South Carolina-based company that is a catalyst for growth? Nominate them for this year’s South Carolina Roaring Twenties awards, hosted by SC Biz News (“SCBIZ”) and Cherry Bekaert LLP! The annual awards celebrate the success of thriving middle-market companies in South Carolina. Twenty large companies and 20 small companies will be selected and honored at an event on Thursday, October 19, as well as featured in the winter issue of SCBIZ magazine. To nominate a fast-growing company in South Carolina , visit the SC Biz News website. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, April 21. For questions about the Roaring Twenties awards, please. Read More.

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Nominations Being Accepted for Roaring Twenties Program

Cherry Bekaert, along with SC Biz News and CertusBank, have announced that nominations are currently being accepted for the annual Roaring Twenties program. The program recognizes the top 20 small and middle-market South Carolina businesses that have aided the state’s economic growth. Once selected, nominated companies will be split into “Small” and “Large” categories, and ranked according to their revenue growth over a one-year period. To be eligible, companies must meet requirements such as be headquartered in South Carolina, maintained annual revenue of at least $500,000 for the 2011, 2012 and 2013 fiscal years, and have sustained revenue and employment. Read More.

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