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North Charleston Boeing site grows grassroots effort to inspire next generation of workers

Boeing South Carolina visits all 46 SC counties, connecting with over 24,000 students and community leaders. Continue reading

Charleston technology firm Blackbaud to ring in #GivingTuesday campaign

Blackbaud rings opening bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange to help kick off the annual #GivingTuesday. Continue reading

Clemson to test world’s most powerful wind turbine

MHI Vestas Offshore partners with Clemson University to test the world’s most powerful wind turbine at Clemson’s SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in North Charleston, South Carolina. Continue reading

Berkeley Chamber Rural Initiative Receives Funding

Berkeley Delegation secures funding for Rural Initiative Continue reading

New engineering youth apprenticeships could be national model

The nation’s first engineering youth apprenticeship program launches pilot in Charleston | SC. Continue reading

Charleston Angel Conference Selects Three Finalists

Congratulations to the three finalists of the 2017 Charleston Angel Conference: Snapp, Citibot, and Jenny’s Gourmet Foods. Continue reading

Finalcontrol, Inc. launching new operations in Charleston County

Finalcontrol, Inc., a quality assurance provider for manufacturing companies, is locating new operations in Charleston County. Continue reading

Spec building will lure manufacturers to upper Dorchester, officials hope

Dorchester County opens new 100,000 square foot spec building at Winding Woods Commerce Park. Continue reading

CofC opens new computer science center

The Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston opens new Computer Science Innovation Center at the college’s Harbor Walk campus.

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Clemson will test the world’s most powerful wind turbine in North Charleston next year

Clemson University's SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in North Charleston will test the world’s most powerful wind turbine. Continue reading
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