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SCE&G receives Outstanding Achievement and Leadership Award for its solar programs

Sep 21, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

SCCEBA recognizes organizations and individuals that have made significant contributions toward developing South Carolina's clean energy economy.

Small Businesses Can Repel Malicious Attacks by Being Cyber-shrewd

Jul 03, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

The bad actors (criminals) on the other side of cyberspace are multiplying and increasing their efficiencies too.

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.

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.

Line on Innovation

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

. With the steady growth of the so-called knowledge economy, entrepreneurs here are drawing an increasingly identifiable link connecting the state’s largest population centers, as well as arousing the interest of homegrown investors willing to finance the future.

Midlands Biotech Firm Passing Startup Test Fast-Growing IMCS Begins International Push

Apr 03, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Since its founding in 2013, IMCS has grown to 25 employees, graduated from a university incubator to its own lab and headquarters, and is beginning to market its products internationally.

Civic-Minded Flock to Columbia-Based Startup

Apr 03, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Voterheads (www.voterheads.com), the Columbia-based startup that seeks to make keeping up with the meanderings of local government a more user-friendly experience, is projecting rapid growth in 2017, and is starting to get some welcome national attention.

Clickable Stacks: Entrepreneur Helps Readers Shop Libraries

Mar 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Koios, named after the Greek titan of intelligence, instantaneously connects Internet book searches with databases at your local library. The company was co-founded in 2015 by Trey Gordner and his colleague Ralph Kuepper, 25. Its main mission: Make it as easy to borrow books as it is to buy them.

Virtual One-on-One Instruction for Autistic Students

Feb 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Karl Smith Jr. learned to both tie his shoes and read using software products called DT Trainer and Activity Trainer designed by his father.

Medical Research, Knowledge, Pointing the Way to Better Health and Lives State Facilities Involved in Numerous Clinical Trials

Feb 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

“Never before has our medical knowledge expanded at such an explosive rate. Personalized medicine, genomics, and other fields of medical research are changing health and health care worldwide literally daily.”

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  • Pershing Lunch and Learn Program

    10/27/2017
    12:00PM — 01:00PM

    On Friday, Oct. 27, Gen. John Joseph "Black Jack" Pershing will speak about his experiences in t...


  • Homeschool Parent Conference

    10/27/2017
    06:00PM — 09:00PM

    Do you struggle with grading your homeschool student in high school? Are you unsure of what credi...


  • Parent's Night Out

    10/27/2017
    06:30PM — 10:00PM

    You deserve a night out! Come see why PAC (22,000 sq ft) has averaged over 100 kids in attendanc...