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SIB Development & Consulting Expands Workforce and Office Space

Publication: Reuters Published: June 6, 2011 Full Article

CHARLESTON, SC–(Marketwire – 06/03/11) – SIB Development & Consulting, a company that helps businesses save money on their monthly recurring expenses, today announced plans to add up to 14 new employees in the next 6 months. The company recently doubled its square footage by moving to a new location at 288 Meeting Street in downtown Charleston from its previous location in West Ashley.

SIB helps businesses save money by negotiating better contracts for recurring monthly service expenses (phone, Internet, garbage, utilities, hardware and software maintenance contracts, and others), and by finding and correcting errors and overcharges on past monthly bills. SIB’s clients only pay after they have realized actual monthly savings.

“We’re thrilled to be in our new location, and thrilled to be able to offer new employment opportunities in Charleston,” said SIB founder Dan Schneider. “Our business is growing fast, and some new partnerships we have formed in the last 6 months will mean a much higher demand for specialists who can help save our clients money.”

In particular, SIB is looking for recent college graduates with accounting or law degrees, who may be interested in working in an environment other than an accounting or law firm.

“A lot of our work involves parsing the intricate details of contracts, service rates, taxes, and fees to find savings for our clients, and then fighting to recoup that money for them,” Schneider said. “We think some energetic accountants and attorneys would be a great fit for those roles.”

About SIB Development & Consulting

SIB Development & Consulting, Inc. provides access to industry experts in a multitude of fields to reduce expenses and recoup previous overpayments. Unlike other consulting firms, SIB’s business model allows them to bill based only on a percentage of the savings they find.

Through expert analysis, SIB will discover if businesses have overpaid or are currently overpaying on phone, Internet, garbage, utilities, hardware and software maintenance contracts, and other recurring bills.