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Greenville Chamber Announces 47th Leadership Greenville Class

Published Thursday, September 17, 2020
The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted 35 participants for its 47th class. Participants were selected based on a thorough application process including essays, professional resume and community involvement. Leadership Greenville is the Chamber's premier 10-month leadership development program designed to develop informed, more»

Greenville Chamber Mourns Passing of Former Board Chair Hayne Hipp

Published Friday, August 28, 2020
The Greenville Chamber joins our community in mourning Hayne Hipp’s passing while celebrating his life and inestimable contributions. He influenced Greenville’s trajectory and evolution through his storied community engagement, including his many years of service on the Chamber’s board of directors, serving as its chair in 1985. We have more»

Greenville Racial Equity & Economic Mobility Commission Launches, Commits to Meaningful Change

Published Wednesday, August 26, 2020
The inaugural members of the newly formed Greenville Racial Equity and Economic Mobility (REEM) Commission convened this week to continue the challenging work of studying and reflecting on racial inequities in Greenville County’s Black community and the partnerships needed to create meaningful solutions. A joint effort by the Greenville Chamber of more»

Cheryl Garrison Named to National Economic Recovery Fellowship

Published Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Cheryl Garrison, Greenville Chamber Director of Talent and Workforce Solutions, has been selected by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) to study economic recovery and resilience strategies with 41 other chamber of commerce professionals from communities throughout the United States. The Fellowship for Economic Recovery is an immersive more»

Greenville Chamber Calls on Local Governments to Enact Mask Ordinances

Published Thursday, July 30, 2020
(Greenville, SC) The Greenville Chamber believes that healthier citizens make for a more robust economic recovery. Yesterday, Governor McMaster called on local governments to enact mask ordinances to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Chamber endorses that call and asks Greenville County Council and our municipalities to take swift action. The Upstate more»

Greenville Chamber, Community Partners, to Distribute 40,000+ Masks to Small Business Community

Published Monday, July 13, 2020
The Greenville Chamber, along with several community partners, distributed 10,000 masks to small businesses, and plans to distribute more than 30,000 more. The initiative began as a partnership between the Greenville Chamber and US&S Facility Services to donate 10,000 masks to Upstate small businesses. Since the MASK UP program launched, BMW more»

Fork & Plough Makes Donation to Chamber Minority Business Accelerator Initiative

Published Wednesday, June 24, 2020
In celebration of their second anniversary, Fork and Plough donated $3,200 to the Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) initiative. The restaurant celebrated their second anniversary on June 15 and donated 75 percent of net food sales to the MBA program. “As a small business, we understand the importance of investing where more»

The Greenville Chamber Joins National Initiative to Address Inequality of Opportunity

Published Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Today, the Greenville Chamber announced it is partnering with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on a national initiative to address inequality of opportunity. The Greenville Chamber will join the U.S. Chamber’s national townhall event on June 25 where business and community leaders will discuss concrete actions that can be taken by government and the more»
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