In 2017, the SC SBDC assisted 5,834 businesses which accounted for 136 business starts, 1,174 jobs created/retained, $28.2 million in new sales, and $58.9 million in capital investments.
SEHA launched its first production line in January of this year. The first line produces front-load washing machines and the second line produces top-load washing machines.
Nick Stomski was awarded Top Overall Producer for the company. Stomski made company history when he completed 100 transactions in 2017.
One 10-acre parcel is intended to accommodate long-term, future growth. The other 2.5-acre parcel will be home to a new childcare center owned and operated by Still Hopes and a new facility for Columbia Children’s Theatre.
The Connected Communities grant initiative aims to answer the questions, “What makes residents love where they live?” and “What draws them in and keeps them there?”
The program provides nine Nephron employees the opportunity to earn a Community Pharmacy Technician certificate at Midlands Technical College (MTC).
The Tartan Day South Celtic Festival, March 22-25, 2018, announces its 8th annual installment.
The $52 million investment is projected to create 200 new jobs.
The agreement, which specifies commitments both parties have made in the partnership, comes up for renewal every five years.
Four IT firms in Columbia weigh in.