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September 29, 2015   Chamber Website Facebook Twitter YouTube
 
   

Amplify your Voice! Grassroots Meetings this Week: Lowcountry, Orangeburg and Piedmont

   
   

This week, members of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce can select from one of three Regional Grassroots Meetings in the Lowcountry, Orangeburg or Piedmont regions! These meetings are part of a series of “listening meetings” the SC Chamber is holding throughout the State. Register Today.  
 
The Grassroots Meeting is one of the first steps in creating the 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, the business community’s annual list of legislative priorities. The meeting will begin with a legislative review from South Carolina Chamber CEO Ted Pitts before moving into an open discussion of legislative issues that businesses believe must be addressed.
 
You are invited to Share Your Business Concerns:
 
You have a voice! When developing our priorities and goals for the legislative session, we need your ideas so that we can advocate effectively on your behalf. YOUR INPUT IS CRITICAL TO THIS PROCESS!  The SC Chamber looks forward to starting the conversation with our elected officials to share the business community’s priorities and our view of how to create an environment that will improve the future business climate in South Carolina. Register HERE!
 
This Week:
 
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 11:30AM – 1:00PM
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
3250 Saint Matthews Rd
Orangeburg, SC 29118
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Wednesday, September 30, 2015 4:30PM – 6:30PM
Lee Distributors
315 Marymeade Rd.
Summerville, SC 29483
REGISTER
 
Friday, October 1, 2015 8:30AM – 9:30AM
The Arts Center at the Federal Building
120 Main St.
Greenwood, SC 29646
REGISTER
 
Award Recipients:
 
The Representatives listed below are recognized as 2015 Business Advocates for their support of the legislative priorities of the business community. Please join us in congratulating them.
 
Orangeburg:
Russell Ott (Calhoun, Orangeburg, Lexington)
 
Lowcountry:
Joe Daning (Berkeley)
Kenneth Hodges (Colleton)
Joe Jefferson (Berkeley)
Chip Limehouse (Charleston)
Samuel Rivers (Berkeley)
Mike Sottile (Charleston)
 
Piedmont:
Shannon Riley (Greenwood) 

   
   
 
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Second Annual LeadSC Inspires Millennial Workforce

For the second year in a row, young professionals were blown away by the abundance and wealth of experience at this year’s LEADSC Summit held last week. The South Carolina Chamber, in a nod to the future leadership of our state, was proud to host individuals from all industries and all geographies. The Twittersphere lit up as young pros had a chance to ask Governor Nikki Haley questions about being a leader in times of adversity. She was just one of many leaders who gave their time to the young talent of the Palmetto State. The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce would like to thank sponsors once again for supporting this great event. 

 
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Coming Soon: New South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Board

As we all know, October 1 marks a new fiscal year, and with it comes a warm welcome to our newly-elected South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. These individuals will carry the Chamber’s message as the “Voice of Business” in South Carolina. Stay tuned the new board members to be announced on Thursday, October 1. We hope you will join us on Twitter as we welcome our new board members.

 
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