Supporting A Thriving Business Community
With 80% of our members being small business, we understand the value of resources to support your business growth. The Chamber is focused on providing our members access to connections and resources to drive business development.
Below you will find resources varying from organizations to government agencies to business publications and more that will help guide your business through start up, funding, taxes and government relations, new technology and social media and much more.
Get engaged with your Local Area Chamber
Connect with others and gain access to resources where it matters most to you – 15 to 30 minutes from your work or home.
Doing Business Better
Doing Business Better are virtual, high impact sessions featuring insightful and informative presentations tackling small business owners’ greatest challenges and providing resources for their continued growth and success.
Need a space to meet with a client? Or maybe a team retreat?
The Chamber’s Catalyst Center is a nearly 2,000 square foot space that can accommodate a variety of meeting sizes and arrangements and is available for Chamber members to use.
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Trade Assistance and Government Programs
U.S. Commercial Service, S.C. – Export advice and assistance specific to South Carolina.
U. S. Department of Commerce – Grants, contracting and trade opportunities. A list of available grants, government contracts and other resources for businesses seeking either government assistance or government contracts.
South Carolina Department of Commerce– From assistance with the location of new sites and buildings to grant opportunities.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services– The government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. Find information on visas, passports, immunization and more.
Not a Chamber Member?
Businesses can do a lot to prepare for the impact of the many hazards they face in today’s world, including:
- Natural hazards (floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes)
- Widespread serious illness such as the H1N1 flu virus pandemic
- Human-caused hazards (accidents, acts of violence by people and acts of terrorism)
- Technology-related hazards (Failure or malfunction of systems, equipment or software, hacking or ransomware attack)