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SCPRSA sets 2016 slate of officers

A new slate of officers for 2016 has been chosen by the South Carolina Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA).

Dabbs joins Charleston firm as associate attorney

Guy Dabbs recently joined Charleston-based Bardwell Whaley Patterson & Helms LLC as an associate attorney.

Stantec welcomes transportation engineer to Charleston office

Christopher Rubens recently joined the Charleston office of Stantec as a transportation engineer.

White working on Farm Aid bill for SC's agricultural industry

South Carolina State Rep. W. Brian White, who also chairs the House Ways and Means Committee, has authored legislation he hopes will help those affected in the Palmetto State by October's heavy rains and flooding.

Charleston attorney named secretary of South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys’ Association

A Charleston, South Carolina attorney has been named secretary of the South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys’ Association (SCDTAA).

Green Fence Recycling to launch Marion County operations

Start-up company Green Fence Recycling Corp. is making a $2.5-million investment in Marion County, South Carolina by launching operations in Mullins.

Advanta to expand Manning facility

Materials handling applications corporation Advanta Industries Inc. will invest $2.6 million and create 26 jobs over the next five years with the expansion of its operations in Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina.

Wetzel honored by Piedmont Regional Association of Realtors

Brian Wetzel, a South Carolina-based franchise owner of a HouseMaster home inspection business, has been honored with the 2015 Piedmont Regional Affiliate of the Year Award from the Piedmont Regional Association of Realtors (PRAR), which serves customers in South Carolina's York, Lancaster and Chester counties.

Seven companies complete World Trade Center Charleston export training

Employees from seven companies recently completed a three-month WTC Charleston export training session.

A look back: The 10 most-read Palmetto Business Daily stories of 2015

New business openings. The launch of Chicora Center, a new social and human services hub in North Charleston. Multi-million-dollar investments made in existing Palmetto State industries. Those were just a few of the stories that appeared on the Palmetto Business Daily website in 2015.

Knowledge Capital Group promotes Boardman to consultant position

Charleston, South Carolina-based Knowledge Capital Group (KCG) recently announced the promotion of analyst Miles Boardman to consultant.

SC AgriBiz and Farm Expo set for Jan. 13-14

The annual SC AgriBiz and Farm Expo, a statwide event showcasing the Palmetto State's farming industry, has been set for Jan. 13 and 14 at the Florence Civic Center in Florence, South Carolina.

DuBois named dean of MUSC's College of Medicine

The Medical University of South Carolina's (MUSC) College of Medicine (COM) has a new dean.

Sheri Williamson promoted to head of STV's Georgia and South Carolina operations

Licensed professional engineer Sheri Williamson brings her quarter-century of experience to her new role as head of STV's Georgia and South Carolina operations.

Software developer launches mentoring program for underprivileged youth interested in tech careers

Charleston, South Carolina software development company Launchpeer is investing in community youth by offering Devprentice, a mentoring program that will introduce underprivileged young people to tech careers by matching them with mentors and school-based programs.

Columbia attorney named to Safe Kids Worldwide board

Inez Tenenbaum, an attorney in private practice in Columbia, South Carolina, has been tapped to serve on the board of non-profit organization Safe Kids Worldwide.

Local ad designers urged to enter American Advertising Awards contest

Officials at the American Advertising Federation (AAF) of the Midlands are urging ad designers from the Palmetto State to enter the American Advertising Awards contest.

MUSC president to be guest speaker at luncheon program

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) President David J. Cole will be the guest speaker Thursday at a King Street Marketing Group business networking event at Halls Chophouse, part of Halls' Small Business Lunch program.

Grant offers much-needed improvements to Anderson County District 3 schools

Anderson County School District 3 recently received a $5.2 million grant from the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority (JEDA) to implement energy conservation and upgrade equipment in all of its schools.

Columbia city councilman takes new position at University of South Carolina

The University of South Carolina's McCutchen House has a new leader — Columbia City Councilman Moe Baddourah.

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