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Life Sciences: A Growing Economic Juggernaut for South Carolina

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

he rapidly evolving statewide industry association proactively facilitates and spearheads multi-faceted efforts to build, advance, and grow the life sciences industry in South Carolina.

The Disease Of Corruption Is Infecting Our State

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

This disease of corruption is bipartisan, contagious, and spreading.

The Fitts Company Diversifies and Expands in Calhoun County

Jun 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

With more than 40,000 installations completed so far, the company has expanded out of its Lexington County operations and into a new, larger headquarters facility it built and moved into last December in Calhoun County while maintaining a portion of the Lexington County facility as warehousing.

Local Software Developer Can’t See the Forest for the (digital) Trees

Jun 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

When you think of the visual effects in your favorite movies, what comes to mind? You might think of insane action shots, larger-than-life beasts, or impressive costumes. You might not remember the thousands of trees lining the shot, let alone notice the fact that they aren’t real.

Under the Big Top

Jun 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

When most people go to the fair, they don’t think about what it takes to pull off a 12-day event that entertains, feed, and engages nearly 500,000 people. When Smith joined the fair almost 35 years ago, she certainly didn’t. As Goodman retires and she prepares to step into his shoes, she is fully aware.

Saving the TaTas: Local Entrepreneurs Fill Cups, Market Niche, with Supplies for Breast Cancer Survivors

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Kim Neel and Sherry Norris met through Girl Scouts, an organization dedicated to the empowerment of women. Ten years later, Neel and Norris co-own Alala, LLC, a business specializing in the same cause.

TCube’s Early Success Drew Notice

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

The four-year-old company takes software developed by other companies and helps insurers install and configure it to work with their in-house systems, such as general ledgers, payment and compliance.

Full Speed Ahead For Midlands Boat Builder

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Working out of a 200,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Whitmire, Sea Pro has more than 100 employees. Hancock says it is on target for the five-year goals of 238 workers and $5.5 million capital investment announced by the S.C. Department of Commerce in 2015.

A Walk On The Wild Side Long-Time Zoo CEO Announces Retirement

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Satch Krantz will retire at the end of June after spending his entire working career building the Midlands zoo into the well-respected and award-winning tourist destination it is today.

The Cooperative Ministry: Giving Columbia a Lift

Apr 03, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Gallis, who originally hails from Baltimore, struggled with alcohol addiction for nine years. He became dependent on alcohol at a young age, and it wasn’t until he was introduced to the Teen Challenge organization that he was able to embrace his sobriety.



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