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Statement From Greenville Chamber President/CEO Carlos Phillips

Published Monday, March 9, 2020
“The Greenville Chamber supports policies that promote economic inclusion, growth, and competitiveness. The County Council resolution at the center of the current debate does not reflect the diverse, successful community that Greenville has become in the past 24 years. Companies in Greenville County and throughout the region recognize the value of more»

Carlos Phillips Named to U.S. Chamber Committee of 100

Published Thursday, February 27, 2020

Phillips named to prestigious national committee


Business & Community Leaders Honored at the Greenville Chamber's 131st Annual Meeting

Published Thursday, February 20, 2020
The Greenville Chamber held its 131st Annual Meeting on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at the Greenville Convention Center. The event, presented by TD Bank, featured the Chamber’s reflection of 2019 successes, vision for the year ahead and a recognition of leaders moving our region forward. Greenville Chamber President/CEO, Carlos Phillips, shared the more»

Greenville Chamber Commemorates Opening of New Headquarters with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Published Monday, February 3, 2020
The Greenville Chamber held a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the official opening of the new headquarters located at 550 S. Main Street in the downtown Greenville. More than 75 community leaders attended the celebration which included remarks from Carlos Phillips, Greenville Chamber President/CEO; Butch Kirven, Greenville County Council Chairman; more»

Greenville Chamber Board Passes Resolution in Support of Downtown Projects

Published Friday, January 17, 2020
RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF DOWNTOWN TRANSFORMATIVE PROJECTS WHEREAS, if Greenville is to successfully improve the standard of living for its citizens through economic development and job creation to compete in a global economy, our city and county leaders must work together on forward-thinking projects; and WHEREAS, 220,000 new residents and 108,000 new more»

Minority Business Accelerator Announces 2020 Class, Program Enhancements

Published Friday, January 10, 2020
The Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator recently graduated 2019 program participants and announced the 2020 class. Graduating from the 2019 program were 17 local, small business owners. Several participants received special honors for their dedication to the program and for demonstrable growth within their business as a result. Those more»

Greenville Named to Inc.'s Surge Cities List

Published Thursday, December 12, 2019
Inc. today announced its second annual Surge Cities list, a guide to the best 50 cities in America for starting a business. Coming in #33 on the list is Greenville, South Carolina which featured for the first time. Inc.’s Surge Cities partner, innovation policy firm Startup Genome, used public data as well as insights from the Inc. 5000 list of the more»

Greenville Chamber Announces 2020 Board of Directors Additions, Max Metcalf Named Chair-Elect

Published Wednesday, December 11, 2019
The Greenville Chamber’s leadership has elected Max Metcalf to chair its Board of Directors in 2021. He will take over the highest volunteer leadership role for the Greenville Chamber in January of 2021. Metcalf will serve as chair-elect throughout the next year and will be joined by eight new Board members in 2020. Metcalf, Manager of Government and more»
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