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Welcome to Charleston Regional Business Journal’s BizWire section, which features news and briefs about businesses and communities in Greenville and the surrounding area. To submit an item, click here.

Apr 12, 2024

Dr. Troy Hall selected as Top Talent Retention Expert of the Year by IAOTP

Dr. Troy Hall, Renowned Talent Retention Expert, was recently selected as Top Talent Retention Expert of the Year by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) for his outstanding leadership, dedication, and commitment to the industry. Inclusion with the International Association of Top Professionals is an honor [...]

Apr 12, 2024

EO Charleston Becomes Fastest Growing Chapter

CHARLESTON, S.C. – EO Charleston, the Lowcountry’s local chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a global organization representing more than 18,000 entrepreneurs from more than 60 countries, has announced its achievement of unprecedented growth of nearly 40% over the past year. This achievement positions EO Charlesto[...]

Apr 12, 2024

Black Food Truck festival unveils lineup of music and food trucks for 3-day celebration

The Black Food Truck Festival returns in a few weeks for the fifth time to Charleston, offering delicious food, vibrant music, and cultural experiences for the whole family. Sponsored by Bacardi and Explore Charleston, the event will be held April 26-28 at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson and will be a celebration of Blac[...]

Apr 12, 2024

Provident Business Financial Services named top SBA 504 Lender by the Small Business Administration

Provident Business Financial Services, Inc. (Provident), a statewide Certified Development Company and SBA commercial real estate lender, has been named #1 SBA 504 Lender in South Carolina by the U.S. Small Business Administration. For the seventh consecutive year, Provident ranks top in both loan dollar volume and number of SBA[...]

Apr 11, 2024

IAAM launches groundbreaking genealogy resources at Center for Family History

New research area and reference library expand access to millions of ancestral records Charleston, S.C. – Historically, African Americans have faced significant challenges with discovering their ancestral history due to lost or difficult to find genealogical records. Now, the Center for Family History (CFH) at the Internationa[...]

Apr 11, 2024

Hispanic Alliance Announces 2024 Student DREAMers Alliance Scholarship Recipients

Hispanic Alliance Announces 2024 Student DREAMers Alliance Scholarship Recipients $30,000 awarded to 12 exceptional students across South Carolina April 11, 2023 | Greenville, SC – The Hispanic Alliance is proud to announce the recipients of the 2024 Student DREAMers Alliance scholarships. These scholarships, awarded to 12[...]

Apr 11, 2024

Rye Re-Imagined: Innovation Excellence Opens New Chapter in Scotch Whisky History

InchDairnie Distillery Brings its Scottish Rye Whisky, RyeLaw to the U.S. with Charleston Launch CHARLESTON, South Carolina — The ingenious, highly engineered InchDairnie Distillery, located at the heart of the Kingdom of Fife, has announced that its very first whisky, RyeLaw, is now available in the U.S. in Charleston, South [...]

Apr 11, 2024

8 fire departments in Berkeley County designated as Fire Safe SC Communities

Eight Berkeley County fire departments were designated as "fire safe" ...

Apr 11, 2024

Picnic for the Parks: A Birthday Celebration Marks 17 Years of Charleston Parks Conservancy on April 28

Join Charleston Parks Conservancy for a birthday celebration highlighting local flavors and community spirit at the Picnic for the Parks on Sunday, April 28, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rose Pavilion in Hampton Park. This event marks the 17th birthday of the Charleston Parks Conservancy, a dedicated nonprofit organizatio[...]

Apr 10, 2024

Mason Prep School Teacher Named a Desmos Classroom Fellow

Ms. Meghan James, who teaches 7th and 8th grade math at Mason Prep, has been named a Desmos Classroom Fellow. The 2024 Fellowship Cohort is a group of 30 teachers who were chosen from over 250 applicants. To apply for the Cohort, Ms. James wrote extensively about her experience providing professional development to other teachers […]

Apr 9, 2024

Dorchester Habitat for Humanity to host 2024 Lowcountry Blast & Boil

SUMMERVILLE, S.C.- Dorchester Habitat for Humanity announced its 2024 Lowcountry Blast and Boil scheduled for Friday, April 12. The primary mission of the event is to generate funds to help build safe and affordable homes in Dorchester County. The clay shooting competition will be held at Partridge Creek Gun Club at 1487 US-78 i[...]

Apr 8, 2024

Trident United Way and Transformation Table Lowcountry Announce New Partnership

Trident United Way and Transformation Table are pleased to announce a new partnership supporting Transformation Table Lowcountry’s 2024 monthly home-based dinner series, beginning this month. In April 2016, Transformation Table Founder and Curator, Tina L. Singleton moved to Charleston one year after the mass shooting at Mothe[...]