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Are companies that don't manage their online reputations doomed?

Managing your online reputation is important for businesses and individuals. The problem is, most people don't have the skills to do it themselves.

GENERATIONS: Celebrating the Stories of Savannah’s Family-Owned Businesses

We are proud to present the stories of these Savannah businesses—large and small—that embody what it means to stand the test of time and prosper, cementing their place in Savannah’s history, brick by brick.

7 ways to make better choices when dining out

As the number of people dining out continues to increase, many people find themselves looking for ways to stay focused on healthy eating when they are not the ones preparing their meals. The following are a handful of ways diners can stay healthy without giving up their love of dining out.

Serious dancing: Local stars strut to shine a spotlight on fight to cure Alzheimer’s

Vote for your favorite “star” now to raise money for local Alzheimer’s programs and research

2016 Dancing Stars of Coastal Georgia is Friday, May 6, at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. Vote for your favorite star NOW!

7 ways to be kind to restaurant food servers

Food servers are among some of the hardest working employees in the foodservice industry, but sometimes their efforts go unrecognized. The following are a handful of ways diners can show their appreciation to the folks who work hard to ensure their customers enjoy their dining experiences.

Food servers are among some of the hardest working employees in the foodservice industry, but sometimes their efforts go unrecognized. The following are a handful of ways diners can show their appreciation to the folks who work hard to ensure their customers enjoy their dining experiences.

Salt Worthy: A Savannah Success Story

There’s a phrase to compliment a person on a job well done that has been used for thousands of years. That phrase, “He’s worth his salt” was meant to describe a person worthy of his or her salary.

Carol and Dave Legasse, founders of The Salt Table brand with shops located in the Savannah area

Tips for the best workplace holiday party

Planning a holiday office party requires more than just decking the halls. To ensure your office party is successful and safe this holiday season, consider the following tips:

Workshop Series: Training Tomorrow’s Leaders and Tracking Success

Carving out time to expand and fine-tune one’s leadership skills can be challenging. Directors, managers and future leaders are in high demand by their employees, executive teams, and even their peers.

Tis the season for a Savannah staycation

Fall is one of the best times to be a Savannahian. From festivals to concerts to outdoor activities, it’s a great time to live in the Hostess City of the South. If you haven’t taken the time to be an explorer in our hometown, there’s no better time to do it. It’s time for a Savannah staycation!

Salvation Army: Help real people. Ring a virtual bell.

The Salvation Army Red Kettles have been an American tradition since 1891. And now with the 21ST century in full swing, we’re branching out and embracing new ways of raising much-needed funds to support The Salvation Army’s vital work at Christmastime and year-round.

Company Holiday Parties? It's time to think Christmas in August

Holiday office parties are highly anticipated events at many companies. Some businesses prefer to go for broke with regard to their holiday parties, hosting lavish affairs for employees and clients alike. Other companies opt for more low-key events attended only by employees and their significant others.

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Sponsor/vendor opportunities await at Savannah's Natural Hair Extravaganza

Since its first show in 2011, Savannah’s Natural Hair Extravaganza has grown in size and scope. Now celebrating its 5th year, this convention brings together the most innovative creative hair professionals to the Coastal Empire each September.