Beginning this month, leaders of small to mid-sized companies across the Lowcountry will have the opportunity to learn practices and contemporary business principles by enrolling in Clemson University’s Spiro Sessions, a non-degree professional development program.
According to the 2015 Regional Workforce Study conducted by the Savannah River Site Community Reuse Organization, Aiken, Allendale and Barnwell counties in South Carolina and Columbia and Richmond counties in Georgia are expected to average about 7,500 job openings annually through 2019.
Boeing recently unveiled its MH-139 helicopter in the competition to replace the U.S. Air Force’s UH-1N “Huey” fleet that protects intercontinental ballistic missiles and transports U.S. government and security forces.
Charleston County residents will have the opportunity to view new, preliminary flood maps and ask questions about potential impacts to their property, during a series of scheduled meetings that begin Monday.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce supports the passage of H.3516, which would invest $600 million of annual, long-term, sustainable revenue for the state’s roads and bridges, nearly half of which are rated in “poor” condition.
A net of 48 people per day are moving to the Charleston metro region, and one in every four jobs in South Carolina was created in the Charleston metro region from 2010 to 2016, according to the Economic Outlook Forecast released by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.
The Small Business Development Center is presenting a workshop for small business owners on how to prepare a business to bid on and receive government contract opportunities from 2-4 p.m. Monday at First Citizens Bank on Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston.