Last Updated: Feb 09, 2018 01:03PM •
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Planned expressly as South Carolina’s state capital, Columbia has grown from a busy cotton and textile town into a government powerhouse, military training center, locus of higher education, and flourishing financial haven. Home to multinational corporations, boutique businesses, and all the intermediaries, the city is recognized for its livability and solid business climate. While Columbia caters to a diversity of markets, it is especially devoted to the fields of healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, and banking.
Columbia Business Monthly keeps abreast of all these various enterprises, sharing news of start-ups, relocations, and developments as they occur. We explore the operations and philosophies of featured companies on a regular basis, highlighting their practices and successes to prove the value of community dynamism. We also offer a broad perspective on the business climate from folks in the know, granting our readers a practical, experienced outlook.
Kombucha, which originates in Asia, has been around for centuries and has long been popular for its probiotic health benefits.
An element in The Vista’s quarter-century success has been its definition as an arts destination.
Benedict College’s First Female President Determined to Exceed Expectations
With this project, Zeus is expected to create an additional 20 jobs in Orangeburg.
Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands has announced the election of six new members in the Midlands.
Dyslexia Day 2018 is organized by Decoding Dyslexia South Carolina, a movement focused on connecting South Carolina families to resources, support, and educational interventions for dyslexia.
Expectations are that South Carolina’s economy this year should be one that hums along nicely, growing slowly but steadily. But economists say challenges remain in filling many jobs with qualified workers and bolstering rural areas, where economic gains can be elusive.
One thing Ex-Im Bank doesn’t get much of: media-ready comments from Palmetto State political leadership or from at least some companies that use the currently hobbled agency.
DLI class members are identified through a rigorous process including a nomination, application and interview. Individuals are selected to join the class based on their capacity to impact their organizations and communities.
Holder, Padgett, Littlejohn & Pricket, LLC will occupy the space, represented by broker Peyton Bryant.