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Top Takeaways from LeadSC 2015

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Wednesday, October 7, 2015
I had the opportunity to attend LeadSC recently, a young professional’s summit that draws Young Professionals from across South Carolina to partake in an active discussion on ways to grow our local communities and state. Even if you ...

Brenda Thames Elected to Lead the Chamber in 2017

Posted by: Greenville Chamber on Wednesday, September 9, 2015
PRESS RELEASE Greenville, SCThe Greenville Chamber's leadership has elected Brenda Thames to chair its Board of Directors in 2017. Thames, Vice President of Academic and Faculty Affairs at Greenville Health System, has served on the Chamber’s ...

Announcing Leadership Greenville's 42nd Class!

Posted by: Marion Mann on Friday, July 24, 2015
The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted 60 participants for its 42nd class. Participants were selected based on a thorough application process including essays, professional resume, and community ...

The Road Referendum Fact vs. Fiction

Posted by: Jason Zacher on Friday, October 24, 2014
The Chamber of Commerce supports the November 4th Roads Referendum and urges our investors, the business community, and the public to vote “YES”.We helped found a community coalition that is fighting hard for the referendum’s ...

Senator Sheheen Visits Greenville

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Friday, August 15, 2014
With elections in three months, political candidates are traveling the state, vying for votes as November approaches. The Greenville Chamber recently hosted Vincent Sheheen for a continuation of the Public Policy Lunch Series. Sheheen, a state ...

Leighton Cubbage on Habit's to Win

Posted by: Marion Mann on Friday, March 7, 2014
We were honored to have local entrepreneur Leighton Cubbage speak at our Friday Forum on February 28th. At the end of his presentation, the Chamber’s Vice-Chair of Small Business Steve Bailey noted, “Don't all 200 of us feel like ...

NEXT Entrepreneur Testifies Before Congress

Posted by: Luanne Runge on Thursday, October 10, 2013
Did you hear one of Greenville’s own NEXT entrepreneurs was called to testify before Congress?? Damien Stevens, founder and CEO of Servosity, a company providing backup and disaster recovery services to a network of technology companies ...
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