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Mooresville new corporations: September 2020

These businesses registered with the North Carolina Secretary of State.  7/6/20 AVI Consultancy LLC, Krupa Brahmbhatt, 123 Swamp Rose Dr. 28117 7/6/20 Carolina’s Automotive Wholesale Inc., Jason Rooks, 195 Johnson Dairy Rd. 28115 7/6/20 M-5 Properties LLC, Scott E. Marks, 129 Live Oak Ln. 28115 7/6/20 Morgan Wealth Management LLC, Alan W. Guffy, 149 Welton […]

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Mecklenburg new corporations: September 2020

These businesses registered with the North Carolina Secretary of State.  Cornelius 7/6/20 Dugstix LLC, Philip Kelly Ray, 20305 Church St., Cornelius 7/10/20 Conducive Integrity Opportunities LLC, Catherine M. McElearney, 20329 Berry Cir., Cornelius 7/10/20 Red Sky Holdings LLC, William N. Adkins, 19421 Liverpool Pkwy., Cornelius 7/13/20 Club Buckets LLC, Dennis Watson, 10616 Bauley Rd. Ste. […]

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Stick to your knitting in a changing world

By Cheryl Kane. Our COVID-19 world is fraught with a churning set of unexpected decision points. For some, it’s in the form of unique opportunities to grow a business in surprising ways. For others, it means having to confront seemingly insurmountable problems. Despite the feeling one must act immediately, being strong enough to rely on […]

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Meetings and conferences on the rise

By Katie Piccirillo Sherman. Whether it’s the decline in gas prices or the spike in air fare, local meetings and conferences are becoming the go-to venue, according to Meeting Planner International (MPI) and the Professional Conference Management Association (PCMA). Planners expect to organize 28 percent  more meetings in 2017 with only 2 percent expecting to plan […]

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​Town-center style project straddles Cabarrus/Mecklenburg county line​

​ By Kate Stevens. A new 180-acre mixed-use development featuring residential units, retail, office and medical space along with entertainment options in a village center-style layout is coming to Cabarrus County. ​It will take seven to 10 years to build out.​ The Farmington development, by Charlotte-based MPV Properties, will split the Cabarrus and Mecklenburg County […]

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