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Bringing Charleston to the Bay State

By Mike Graney As many of you know, I lived in Massachusetts for over 40 years before relocating to Charleston…

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Charleston Open Source Scouts SXSW Interactive

Each March, the South X Southwest (SXSW) 13-day Music, Film and Interactive Festival attracts 80,000 of the world’s leading creative…

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Top 5 Features of the Charleston Region’s New Economic Development Website

The Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) is proud to announce the launch of our redesigned website: charlestoneconomicdevelopment.com. With a new…

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Charleston’s Coolest Offices

Inc. recently released its fifth annual “World’s Coolest Offices” list. This inspired us to highlight some of Charleston’s great creative…

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DIG SOUTH Draws Thousands to Charleston’s Tech Scene

Earlier this month, 200+ presenters, 35+ venture capitalists and thousands of attendees came to Charleston for the third annual DIG…

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5 Economic Trends for Charleston | SC | USA

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Center for Business Research and the College of Charleston – School of Business and…

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Charleston | South Carolina | USA to Attend World’s Largest Composite Event

The Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) heads to Paris for the JEC Europe Composites Show (March 10-12)—the world’s largest composites…

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Charleston Workforce Training Program Addresses America’s “Skills Gap”

Apprenticeship programs have been lauded lately as one solution to closing the nationwide “skills gap.” In a recent U.S. News…

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2014 Highlights for Charleston | South Carolina | USA

From aerospace suppliers, to pharmaceutical companies, to an influx of young professionals, 2014 served up countless growth opportunities to boost…

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Charleston Innovation District

Charleston’s Emerging Innovation Districts

While innovation was once dominated by isolated corporate campuses in suburbia such as Silicon Valley and Research Triangle Park, revolutionary…

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