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CRDA is Hiring: Global Business Development Director

We are seeking an innovative leader in economic development to fill our Global Business Development Director position. The Charleston Regional…

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Charleston Region Pivots to Address Global Supply Chain Issues

May 14, 2020 By Becky Ford COVID-19 will likely continue to cause significant disruption to global supply chains, particularly for…

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Finding Opportunities Post COVID-19

By Mike Graney April 30, 2020 Everyone is concerned about the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on public health and our…

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CRDA is Hiring: Business Intelligence Analyst 

Business Intelligence Analyst  If you are a data-driven, business-focused research analyst with a passion for turning inputs into insights, then…

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Strong Relationships Build a Strong Economy

September 11, 2019 By: Brent Jonas The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) recently released its latest State of the Industry report with the…

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2019: Exactly How Many People Move into the Charleston Region Each Day?

June 4, 2019 by Jacki Renegar, Charleston Center for Business Research In case you missed it, the 2018 population estimates came…

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One Region fosters collaboration between local government staff

April 9, 2019 By Sam Skardon, One Region Project Director The Charleston metro area is comprised of 27 cities and…

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Charleston Making Capital Connections

February 25, 2019 By Mike Graney Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) hosted several roundtable discussions with partners of Charleston’s venture capital…

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Charleston Tech Scene 101

October 24, 2018 By Jamie DeMent Charleston’s IT workforce has grown 3.5X faster than the U.S.’s since 2010, with 28…

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Charleston’s life science activity heating up

August 20, 2018 By Mike Graney I recently attended BIO 2018 in Boston as part of a significant delegation from…

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