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First Friday Leadership Series Presents Jim Twining, CEO of Southern Tide
Friday, October 5, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
First Friday Leadership Series
Presented by Clemson MBA Programs and The Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership
Jim Twining, CEO of Southern Tide
"Southern Tide: The Creation of a Brand"
Join Clemson MBA Programs and the The Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership on the first Friday of October for speaker Jim Twining at 5 p.m. followed by a networking reception at 6 p.m.
Jim Twining has been chief executive officer of Southern Tide, LLC since 2008, and as such, is responsible for the overall operations of the company. Southern Tide is the Greenville, SC based manufacturer of the “Skipjack Polo,” deemed by customers to be the finest, most comfortable polo shirt in the world. Four years ago, the Southern Tide line of sportswear was in approximately 40 stores and currently is in over 500 stores across the country.
Before joining Southern Tide, Twining began his own consulting and advisory company, Twining Enterprises, LLC. Prior to founding his consulting practice, Twining served as president and chief executive officer of a technology company focused on the independent distribution and retail industries. A native of Charlotte, N.C., Twining graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration.
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Clemson University MBA Program
Clemson’s MBA program is well-regarded for its practical, applied approach to advanced business topics. The curriculum is designed to foster optimal student-teacher interaction and to facilitate learning through a variety of applied and traditional methods. We partner with industry leaders to provide our students with hands-on experience, which contributes to molding them into highly recruited, desirable candidates in today’s ever more competitive job market.