South Carolina added approximately 47,000 new jobs last year.
Med-Enroll, a startup service firm dedicated to helping corporate clients find alternative and low-cost healthcare solutions, has announced that it will invest $3.5 million to establish its company headquarters and a processing center in Florence County.
The Orangeburg County Development Commission discuss becoming a Work Ready Certified community
SCPA handled 152,917 20-foot equivalent units last month, an increase of 18 percent from January 2014.
Footprint, LLC, an Arizona-based provider of green packaging solutions, recently said it will invest $15.4 million to establish a manufacturing facility in Chester County.
BMW Manufacturing leads the U.S. in 2014 automotive exports
The Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday announced that 62 individuals have completed the chamber's ambassador training.
Expert Machine & Fabrication, LLC, said on Wednesday that it plans to expand its operations in Dillon County, investing $2.6 million and adding 25 jobs over five years.
The South Carolina Bankers Association awarded a record 39 scholarships to the children of SCBA member banks, disbursing a total of $39,000 in 2014, in alliance with the association’s long standing commitment to higher education.
The Small Business Council of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce has further clarified the complex business licensing system in South Carolina. Unfortunately, the fee for attaining those business licenses may cost more than any profit that a small, rural business may gain in the area. “We actually have nine current licenses right now to work in those municipalities,” Tia Williams, owner of a water and fire mitigation company called SERVPRO in Lexington County, said.
The South Carolina Department of Commerce recently awarded $2.6 million in innovation challenge grants to 19 organizations throughout the state. The funds are intended to encourage entrepreneurship, innovation and technology-based economic development that will improve the economy.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) has announced his support and co-sponsorship of the “National Right to Work Act,” new legislation crafted by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
?The South Carolina Department of Commerce on Feb. 18 announced that 3S International Corporation, a strategic sourcing and manufacturing company, is launching its first U.S. operations in Laurens County.
Greenville New Markets Opportunity II (GNMO II) announced on Feb. 17 that $22 million worth of New Markets Tax Credits will be used to supplement development projects in three South Carolina counties.
The Union County Development Board said this week that a committee of community advocates is looking to partner with Union County, the City of Union and other local groups to beautify downtown.
Abbeville Councilman Joshua Baughman graduated from the Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government
The Conway Medical Center (CMC) will use $20 million from a South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority (JEDA) Series 2014 revenue note to buy new medical equipment and information technology, JEDA said this week.
Venus Group -- a textile manufacturer specializing in linens, aprons, uniforms, towels and health care items -- is investing $2.5 million to open a facility in Fort Lawn, S.C., the South Carolina Department of Commerce said Wednesday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Development division will hold a workshop in Aiken, S.C., on Thursday to discuss the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP).
Registration is now being accepted for ManuFest 2015, a free career fair for local high school students who are considering careers with local manufacturers.Open to students, parents and teachers, this year's event will be held on Saturday, March 28, at Souderton High School in Souderton, Pennsylvania.