Right now, businesses are looking for a boost to get going again. SC Commerce can help you connect with funding, local resources, buyers, even data and analytics to guide your business decisions. With time, money and resources at a premium, we are committed to helping your company or manufacturing facility move forward with the tools and information you need to be smarter and more efficient.
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In this webinar, Ashley Micciche, a certified business exit planner and CEO of True North Retirement Advisors, will help business owners understand the value of their business today, as well as how to take advantage of the abundance of opportunities that exist for business owners to protect and grow their business value.
Learn about how the US Department of Agriculture is developing a sustainable bioeconomy. The economic impact of a thriving bioeconomy can be realized by linking researchers, landowners, communities and private industry. Join this webinar on Tuesday, July 14 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. for a sneak peek into biofuels, bio-chemical and bio-preferred products. This webinar is brought to you by the USDA, SC Biomass Council, the Energy Office and Clemson University.
Service companies have been among the worst hit by this pandemic. Consumers and businesses have drastically cut their expenditures on services to conserve cash and avoid human contact. Join this webinar to learn how to"productize your service" to capitalize on meeting the immediate needs of consumers.
Looking to start or grow your own business? Good Enterprises offers a 12-week Community Business Academy to help you gain entrepreneurial and management skills and build a network of support to start or grow your own business, transform your life and support your community. Two fall academies will begin in August 2020. The class will meet for a three-hour session each week for twelve weeks. One academy will take place on Tuesday evenings and the other on Thursday mornings to provide maximum accessibility for all schedules. The classes and discussions will most likely be held virtually unless COVID-19 impacts drastically improve by the start of August. If classroom settings can be safely provided, two convenient locations in the North Charleston area will be utilized.