Exquisite Enterprises is a media and community conglomerate in the Charleston area, working to better our community and share knowledge in the most creative ways possible. Exquisite Enterprises Inc was founded in March of 2013, with one of our subsidiaries, So Exquisite Charleston Magazine. We stood firm on premise that we were a publication that was by the people, and for the people, and with that we expanded into what we are today. "I grew up in, what would be considered, one of the worst neighborhoods in Charleston. But what was supposed to hinder my spirit and discouraged me, only inspired me and motivated me to want more for myself, but also for my community," said our founder Kimberly Bowman. Since her days of growing up in Charleston, Charleston has become an industrious, cultural melting pot for people all around to visit, retire, and set up shop. We take it as our duty to preserve what's most vital to what makes Charleston so incredible: Its people and culture. Through out work, we hope to empower, inspire, and educate Charlestonians and keep our communities alive. We do this through 6 subsidiaries:
So Exquisite Charleston Magazine: Our online and print publication that empowers its readers and subscribers, shares knowledge, and encourages networking.
Exquisite Solutions: Our creative services and business development agency where we work with other entrepreneurs and small businesses to help them become the best versions of themselves.
Exquisite Internet Radio: Exquisite Internet Radio is our exclusive internet radio station, providing you with local shows and content, from local people looking to share their perspectives with the world
Exquisite Publishing: Our publishing company where we work with rising and seasoned authors to, not just publish their work, but publish their work in a more well rounded approach.
Exquisite Kids: Our summer camp, where we work with youth in our community struggling with self esteem and self confidence issues.
Exquisite Minds: Our creative incubator project to help small businesses to thrive.