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Assessing the Tri-County Health Landscape

Assessing the Tri-County Health Landscape

Assessing the Tri-County Health Landscape Regional Prescription for a Healthy Economy The health challenges facing residents of South Carolina's Lowcountry influence how people live and their ability to contribute to the region's growth, stability and ongoing economic future. A panel of experts unveil a Community Health Needs Assessment and answer questions about the intersection of economic health and medical care and how the changing political land

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GSA Business Report Power Event: Transformation of the Auto Industry

GSA Business Report Power Event: Transformation of the Auto Industry

Region: Upstate


Transformation of the Auto Industry A Road Map to the Future Hybrid vehicles are now commonplace. And it appears that driverless vehicles are on their way. What in the name of Henry Ford could be next? Find out at our next Power Event as we kick off South Carolina Auto Week. Panelists: Fred Cartwright, Jr. Executive Director Clemson University - International Center for Automotive Research

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Columbia Power Breakfast - Midlands Growth Report

Columbia Power Breakfast - Midlands Growth Report

Region: Midlands


Midlands Growth Report Setting the pace for a sizzling 2017 A behind-the-scenes look at the year's economic development announcements, including the $300 million China Jushi investment in Richland County. At the next Power Breakfast presented by the Columbia Regional Business Report and Sharp Business Systems, economic development leaders from Lexington and Richland counties will also talk about what's ahead. Panelists: Jeff Ru

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Charleston Power Luncheon: The Next Big Thing?

Charleston Power Luncheon: The Next Big Thing?

Region: Lowcountry


THE NEXT BIG THING? Will the Lowcountry remain poised for a year of high-growth, big business, quality of life and improvements in educational outcomes? Education is the basic building block of our region’s economic prosperity. Our keynote speaker Anita Zucker will give you an update on the latest results from the Tri-county Cradle to Career Collaborative. Then, get your questions ready as mayors from the region's largest municipalities take their se

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Charleston Forty Under 40

Charleston Forty Under 40

Region: Lowcountry


2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the Forty Under 40 awards. Over the years, the Business Journal has honored a virtual “Who’s Who” of the Charleston business community. We are now accepting nominations of people who have excelled in the professional arena and in the community to be considered for the Forty Under 40 Class of 2017. The information you provide is the only information the judges will be given to base their decisions upon.

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