To boost booming business, the Greenville Chamber recently released its public policy agenda for 2018 in conjunction with the Upstate Chamber Coalition, striving for widespread access to participation in the local economy.
In what the Greenville Chamber described as “a major victory,” the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs recently disallowed Scott Garrett’s proposed chairmanship of the Export-Import Bank after his nomination proved controversial.
Interior design product vendor ProSource Wholesale of Greenville recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting at its new showroom at 2 Distribution Court in Greer, opening the doors to regional remodelers, Realtors and more.
The City of Palmetto is wrapping up the 2017 budget and the events of the past year, and looking forward to the plans of 2018. In preparation for the new year, the city is putting together the 2018 Legislative Survey and agenda.
Trainer and coach Kristin Meyer will teach how to integrate people of all ages in the workplace at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce 2017 Diversity Summit, Leveraging Human Difference: A Strategic Priority for Business Success and Community Prosperity.
Deeming diversity and inclusion important to leadership, professional development and personal growth, Greenville Chamber plans its first Diversity and Inclusion Summit from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 17 at the TD Convention Center.
Rebecca Heiss will facilitate this year's diversity summit, LEVERAGING HUMAN DIFFERENCE: A Strategic Priority for Business Success & Community Prosperity, sponsored by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a roundtable discussion, sponsored by MAU Workforce Solutions to help call centers address issues facing one of the areas key industries: finding qualified talent.