Join this webinar to learn about:Event Website
Join this webinar to learn of ideas generating overseas market awareness and driving export sales via international social media campaigns by presenting meaningful and acceptable content.Event Website
South Carolina Department of Commerce Business Services Division will provide free monthly webinars that focus on workforce and retention options to help support your S.C.Event Details
The Landowner Resources Workshops engages landowners and producers to learn about:
Fairfield County: May 25th
Hampton County: July 6th
Orangeburg County: July 27th
Williamsburg County: September 7
Lee County: September 28
*All workshops are virtual and will be held from 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
Limited capacity. Each participant who attends this workshop will receive a $10 Subway gift card if you:
For questions, please contact Ken Harvin at email@example.com.Event Details
Join this full day workshop on food safety and market opportunities. Workshop topics include:
Enjoy lunch and conclude the day with a farm tour of Saltcatcher Farms.Event Details
What are your top human resource questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic? Get the answers you need to protect your business.
What you will learn:
Katrina Meeks - Spartanburg Area SBDC, Area Manager and Business Consultant
Chase Samples - Attorney at Law, Jackson Lewis, P.C.
Ashley Cuttino - Partner, Ogletree DeakinsEvent Details
Join this webinar to learn of ideas generating overseas market awareness and driving export sales via international social media campaigns by presenting meaningful and acceptable content.
Join this webinar to learn more about I-HOPE Women's Business Center of the Lowcountry and the free programs they offer to support small businesses:
The Relentless Challenge solicits proposals for projects that foster technology-based economic development through public-private partnerships. Projects are required to address one or more of the program goals with sustainable solutions:
All South Carolina based non-profit organizations; state, county or municipal entities; public higher education institutions; and chambers of commerce are all eligible to apply. Proposals must demonstrate a dollar-for-dollar match of non-state appropriated funds.
Join any of the Tuesday sessions below from 10:00 AM until 10:45 AM to review grant program details, including what it is, who is eligible, how to apply, and more:
If you have questions, please contact Julie Kunkle, Grants Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org .