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Sales point to maturing technology sector in Charleston - Charleston Post Courier

The high-technology industry in Charleston is basking in its latest milestone, with not one, but two former startups moving up without moving on. Late last month, the automotive-sales data analytics firm PureCars was sold to Alabama-based... Less than a week later, the technology and management consulting giant Booz Allen Hamilton announced it had acquired the bulk of the software and government contracting firm SPARC LLC for an undisclosed price. Both buyers have said they plan to keep their newly acquired operations in Charleston. Together, the deals make a statement, said longtime local tech industry advocate Ernest Andrade, chairman of the Charleston Digital Corridor Foundation. “We have now come full circle,” Andrade said. Deals like these also can send a signal to outside investors that the region is a viable place for them to invest and ultimately “exit” — either through a sale or, in rarer instances, an initial public offering. These buyouts or IPOs are “enormously helpful” for any metro area seeking to carve out a place in the fiercely competitive high-tech landscape, said Dirk Brown, director of the Faber Entrepreneurship Center at the University of South Carolina. “It provides that strong demonstration that it can be done and then the question becomes not can it be done but how much of it can we do,” Brown said. The PureCars and SPARC sales build on previous successes in the Charleston tech sector. One of the earliest and most notable deals involved Blackbaud Inc. The Daniel Island company went public in 2004, and is now the world’s largest seller of software to the nonprofit industry. Others include Mount Pleasant’s Automated Trading Desk, a high-frequency stock-trading firm, which Citigroup bought in 2009 in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $700 million at the time. Initially backed by Goldman Sachs & Co. , the expanding Daniel Island tech company sold shares in an IPO two years ago and just closed out its “best quarter” yet, CEO Shawn Jenkins said in reporting the latest financial results on Nov. The SPARC and PureCars deals make them part of that exclusive club. “I don’t think it takes very many deals like this to establish (the Charleston area) as. really a center of excellence and a vibrant tech scene,” said Cameron Hamilton, a principal with The McLean Group, an investment banking firm that represented... Source: www.postandcourier.com

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  • Sales point to maturing technology sector in Charleston

    11/15/15 ,via Charleston Post Courier

    PureCars was founded in 2007 and has 150 employees in Charleston, Milwaukee and Atlanta. CEO and co-founder Jeremy Anspach called the company's nine-figure sale price “Palo Alto-type numbers.” “Naturally, a successful exit shows that the vision and 

  • HS Football: The Week 10 Top Performers

    11/15/15 ,via New Jersey Herald

    Jeremy Cerbo, Kittatinny: Had a 73-yard TD catch from Nick Geimer. 6. Richard Stecher, Wallkill Valley: Reeled in 7 catches for 73 yards & a TD vs. High Point. DEFENSE 1. Rob Turro, High Point: Came up with an INT @ Wallkill Valley. 2. Levi Burnell

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  • Royal Navy Way of Leadership

    Random House. 2012. ISBN: 9781409051695,1409051692. 160 pages.

    Four years ago the Second Sea Lord of the Royal Navy asked Andrew St George to spend time with every level of the Navy staff, from junior sailors in the engine room of an aircraft carrier, to handlers of landing craft, through to Royal Marines, ships’ commanders, and Royal Navy staff right up to Navy Board and Cabinet level, with the aim of creating a book which distils the leadership culture of perhaps the most highly respected and efficient organization in the world. This book charts that journey – representing the largest piece of research on Royal Navy leadership ever done – and it is the current state of the art leadership framework for the Navy. St George writes about how to plan and execute, how to exercise judgment and how to motivate people. Everything in the book is here because it works, tested over thousands of hours of hard training, rigorous assessment and absolute measurement. The book’s messages are deceptively simple. In order to succeed we must have: the clarity of intent; the strategy; the resources; a contingency plan; an emotional investment. These tenets stand in all walks of business and personal life. The Royal Navy’s way of getting things done depends on soft skills, high emotional intelligence and an understanding of how people work in small teams.This book (15,000 copies) will be issued to every Royal Navy officer and Senior Rate (middle manager) in the Service. The book’s insights are profound and their applications are wide-ranging: for industry, for finance, for professional services, for commerce, for academia and for the public sector these methods of planning, executing and inspiring make a tried, tested and effective way of leadership.

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  • World Book Day 2016's Biggest Book Show On Earth lineup announced!

    11/12/15 ,via The Guardian

    Monday 22 February at The Grand Theatre in Swansea (Partner: The Welsh Books Council) Jeremy Strong, Knife and Packer ... Edinburgh International Book Festival) Cerrie Burnell and Laura Ellen Anderson, Jonathan Meres, Cressida Cowell, Nick Sharratt ...

  • Brattleboro Union High School Q1 Honor Roll

    11/13/15 ,via Brattleboro Reformer

    Grade 12 High Honors: Molly Atamaniuk, Kimberly Bau, Karen Bingham, Katia Brock, Donald Brown, Vanessa Brown, Sheldon Burnell, Chayse Cunniff ... Bridget Kinoshita, Jeremy Lackey, Calvin Lafland, Alyssa Lane, Sarah Jane LaPorte, William LaPorte, Zebulen ...

  • Bonjour, Les Catskills! Colette Launches a Collection of Upstate Finds

    11/12/15 ,via vogue.com

    Then our neighbor Jeremy Bernstein released his new album [under the name] Burnell Pines, so I asked if he’d come give a concert. And then there’s the illustrator Will Lytle’s Thorneater comics, whose fanzine was a welcome gift at our wedding ...

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