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The Greenville Chamber is featuring business diversity speakers at its upcoming 2017 Diversity & Inclusion Summit, including keynote speaker Atira Charles, the CEO of Think Actuality.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its 2017 Grassroots Tour, which will run through September and October.
The City of Spartanburg has featured a company called Compost House on a recent podcast.
Though it is a desirable place to visit, living in the Charleston area comes with a hefty price tag, with the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment costing over $1,000, according to a Post and Courier article dated from earlier this year.
Pfizer Inc. plans to expand in North Carolina's Lee County to manufacture new gene-therapy medications.
Mt. Pleasant resident Isaac Morehouse is disrupting higher education with his Praxis apprenticeship program.
The North Charleston Cultural Arts Department has named Camela Guevara as its artist-in-residence for 2017-18.
Darkness to Light, a child sex abuse prevention nonprofit, is presenting Ignite 2017, a conference that will spread sex abuse prevention methods.
An Allstate Insurance Co. expansion will create 2,250 new jobs in the next three years in North Carolina, according to Gov. Roy Cooper's website.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper recently told federal officials during a hurricane briefing that the state is prepared for dealing with hurricanes.
Coastal Community Foundation has named Nafisa Rahimberganova the winner of this year's Barkley Leadership Scholarship.
The City of Greenville recently hosted a kickoff celebration for the opening of the new expanded trolley system.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper encouraged visitors to return to Hatteras and Ocracoke islands after power was restored in the past few days.
Pro Towels has appointed West Coast Branded Solutions, a company based in California, to represent the brand in the Western states of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii.
Spartanburg City Council recently mulled plans to battle neighborhood blight and to deal with absentee landlords who do not take care of their properties.
Greenville Chamber of Commerce's website features an article about Leadership Greenville alumna Tammy Johnson, a successful entrepreneur.
Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Grand Stand has picked its 38th class, which consists of 32 stellar business and community members.
LifeQuest Swim & Fitness is hosting the next Little River Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours networking event Aug. 15 from 4-6:30 p.m at 4390 Spa Drive in Little River.