By Katie Holba
“The best part of the Lowcountry is the people. I love living in a place where people are nice to each other.”
It seems light-hearted, but often we forget how crucial this asset is to a community. If you spend any time at all in Charleston, it doesn’t take you long to come to the conclusion on your own. You can also see it through the latest numbers – more people are coming to and staying in the Charleston region than are leaving – in fact we’re adding 11,000 new residents annually.
In the past two months, the Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) hosted business development project managers and research analysts from the South Carolina Department of Commerce. We presented compelling information on how Charleston has become a destination not only for visitors and retirees, but for talented, working age people searching for employment and career opportunities.
Whether it is world-class jets, cars, software, restaurants, or other creative products and services, the talented and hardworking people of the Charleston metro are creating an interesting, thriving economy.
If you’re looking to start, expand or locate a business, or you’re seeking a place to advance your career, we invite you to get to know Charleston and contact the team at the Charleston Regional Development Alliance for location assistance.
Katie Holba | Business Development Coordinator
843.760.4514 | firstname.lastname@example.org