From rural fields to front porches, bustling city streets to serene forest trails, Central SC is a one-of-a-kind place where people, communities, and businesses flourish. Abundant natural beauty, history, and a rich culture inspire everything from art, theater, dance, and music to food, drink, and independent shops and artisans. Vibrant, charming neighborhoods sit alongside downtown city apartments. Weekends are spent on local lakes and rivers or at the ballet. It’s a place where you’ll find big-city amenities and small-town hospitality. Come see for yourself why so many businesses, job creators, and doers are flocking to the heart of South Carolina.
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Welcome Kuntai to Orangeburg County. With this investment, the community is expanding its mastery in the automotive industry. From mechanical components to textiles and more, the future growth of automotive is accelerating in Orangeburg. ###### PRESS RELEASE: South Carolina Department of Commerce July 26, 2022 COLUMBIA, S.C. – Kuntai (North Charleston) Limited Corporation (Kuntai), an […]
Claflin University has received a $548,000 grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s University Center Economic Development Program. The grant will allow the university to launch a University Center, which will work closely with the region’s rural and underserved minority populations that have limited access to economic and business development resources and regional commercialization efforts. […]