Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce News
GREATER GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Congratulations to Sonfast Corporation, our July Small Business of the Month!
On behalf of the Greenville Chamber, congratulations goes out to Sonfast Corporation for being selected July 2018 Small Business of the Month!
GREATER GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Greenville Chamber Announces Leadership Greenville's 45th Class
The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted 60 participants for its 45th class. Participants were selected based on a thorough application process including essays, professional resume and community involvement.
The traditional picture of a board of directors is a group of like-minded persons who will support the plans of the CEO and ensure an organization remains viable to important stakeholders.
Greenville Business Magazine, in collaboration with the Greenville Chamber, is set to highlight the Minority Business Accelerator, in a monthly spread recognizing its accomplishments and its participants.
A total of seven, including individuals and organizations that made a difference in promoting diversity in the Upstate, were awarded during the event.
Get to know more about the Small Business of the Month for May 2018!
The ratings will help Upstate business leaders in their decision which among the 19 Congressional candidates they will support.
The group's goal is to improve workforce participation and create opportunities to encourage engagement among employees.
In partnership with The Greenville Chamber and Community Works, several local entrepreneurs were recognized May 1 during the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Small Business Awards as part of National Small Business Week.
Fee-free ATM access, attractive rates and flexible choices all point toward Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) as a beneficial banking choice for both individuals and businesses, according to the Greenville Chamber.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has selected IG Custom Printing as its “Small Business of the Month” for April.
Business continuity is a company’s ability to recover from worst-case scenarios, resulting in minimal impact on your business. Therefore, a business continuity plan is crucial for every company in case unexpected circumstances beyond your control happen.
The Sean Feliciano State Farm Agency is dedicated to providing insurance and other financial services to their community.
The Greenville Chamber recently hired Andrew Van as investor relations manager and McClain Talley as marketing and communications coordinator.
Motivated by the desire to create a reliable environment that children enjoy and to offer more freedom for parents, KidZone offers flexible and affordable child care in Greenville.
The Kolache Factory recently opened its newest bakery/café in Powdersville at 3609 Highway 153, between the Spinx gas station and Miracle Hill Store.
The Greenville Chamber Minority Business Accelerator has accepted 20 participants into the 2018 program.
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.