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The City of Columbia's Office of Business Opportunities is accepting applications for the 2024 NxLevel Microentrepreneur and 2024 FastTrac Growth Venture courses.
Lexington Medical Center has awarded $1,400,500 to 26 organizations in the Midlands that enhance the health and well-being of community members.
The facility will house marketing, human resources, information technology, accounting, purchasing and customer service teams, and will create 40 new jobs.
The grants are part of the Columbia City Council's efforts to encourage organizations and agencies to continue offering innovative and needed services that enhance residents' quality of life.
The building is currently under construction to fit the tenant's specific use, and it will occupy the space once construction is complete.
Honorees will be recognized during an event at the Columbia DoubleTree Hotel in the last week of July.
Lexington Medical Cancer Center has formed a partnership with the Medical University of South Carolina Hollings Cancer Center in Charleston that the two institutions say will provide patients with comprehensive services. Also, Lexington
Former NBA player Ulysses 'Junior' Bridgeman will share how he transitioned from the hardcourt to the boardroom as a successful businessman who turned his original $350,000 salary into more than ...
Forty high-growth companies in South Carolina have been named by SC Biz News today.
Raising Cane's founder and CEO Todd Graves reveals the 'secret sauce' for customer experience in the Sept. 8 Business Forum. Online registration is free for the event, presented by the Columbia Regional Business Report.