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Proof of Success: Charleston Distillers Find Their Niche

Jan 01, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

Today, seven years after South Carolina lawmakers opened the door for micro-distilleries to open their doors in the Palmetto State, these men are the heart and soul of the business of making whiskey, vodka, gin, rum, moonshine and related products in the Holy City.

Boeing South Carolina’s new VP fitting right in

Jan 01, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

Robinson-Berry, who took the helm as vice president and general manager of Boeing South Carolina in June, calls it “Disneyland.” The long-time Boeing employee has an unparalleled enthusiasm for the company and the engineering marvels within it.

Legal Elite of the Lowcountry

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

This year, we feature those lawyers who earned the top votes in 20 categories. The winners are the Legal Elite for 2017, and we are pleased to honor them.

The Citadel prepares for new business school building

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

Construction is scheduled to begin in February or March of 2018 on Bastin Hall, a three-story, nearly 44,000-square-foot building on Hagood Avenue, near the south entrance of the Citadel campus.

A life in science: Lowcountry native merges business, medicine

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

Becoming a business professional who helps inventors push new medical devices through the FDA’s rigorous process probably doesn’t cross many students’ minds.

The wrath of grapes

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

While the area’s restaurants continually drew accolades, the wine scene was in a grape depression.

Charleston-based organization has hand in major clinical research

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

Focusing on people – whether her employees or the patients who will benefit from new medical developments – is at the heart of NCGS. Snowden and her team know the work they do has the potential to save lives.

Life sciences startups: a stage-by-stage look at four companies

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

Starting and growing a company means going through stages, a progression of rungs up the ladder of success.

Shortage of engineering graduates leads to unfilled jobs across America

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

When you look at the broader perspective, approximately 82 percent of industries struggle to fill engineering positions as opposed to 32 percent of industries overall.

Life sciences: a growing economic juggernaut for South Carolina

Sep 20, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

The rapidly evolving statewide industry association proactively facilitates and spearheads multi-faceted efforts to build, advance, and grow the life sciences industry in South Carolina.


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  • Monkey Joe's Halloween Party

    10/27/2017
    10:00AM — 12:00PM

    Monkey Joe’s North Charleston is celebrating Halloween with Toddler-Ween on Friday, October 27 fr...