Published Monday, February 26, 2018
Greenville Chamber President and CEO, Carlos Phillips, released the following statement in regards to local ownership of Greenville Health System:
“Our community has engaged in a pitched debate about the future of health care over the past several years.
“The Greenville Chamber supports continued local control of Greenville Health System more»
Published Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Following today’s bill signing of the Manufacturer Liability Protection Act (H. 3653), Katie Busbee, the Upstate Chamber Coalition’s Legislative Director, issued the following statement:
“The Greenville Chamber’s vision is a globally competitive Upstate economy where businesses succeed and people prosper. This legislation pushes more»
Published Wednesday, February 7, 2018
At the Greenville Chamber’s 129th Annual Meeting on February 1st, President and CEO Carlos Phillips announced that the United Soccer League (USL) is in talks to bring professional soccer to Greenville beginning in the 2019 season.
The USL – one of the most prominent Division II soccer leagues in the world – has announced the launch of a more»
Published Monday, February 5, 2018
The Greenville Chamber held its 129th Annual Meeting, presented by TD Bank, on Thursday, February 1, 2018, at TD Convention Center. During the event, the Greenville Chamber reflected on 2017 successes, shared their plans for 2018 and honored the leaders moving our region forward.
During the event, emceed by The Honorable Merl Code, attendees heard remarks more»
Published Wednesday, January 24, 2018
The Greenville Chamber has selected Colliers International as its broker for the sale of its building as well as tenant representation services to find the new location for the Greenville Chamber.
The Greenville Chamber underwent a thorough bidding process to identify Colliers International. This process was led by the Chamber’s Facilities Committee, more»
Published Wednesday, December 13, 2017
More than 15 Upstate minority-owned businesses have completed the Greenville Chamber’s 2017 Minority Business Accelerator (MBA).
The Minority Business Accelerator was created in 2013 by the Greenville Chamber to advance economic inclusion by equipping high-potential minority-owned, women-owned or veteran-owned businesses or businesses located in low more»
Published Friday, December 8, 2017
The Greenville Chamber released its 2018 policy agendas Friday, focused on expanding our workforce, expanding existing small business and ensuring all Greenville residents participate in a booming economy.
The agenda, released in concert with the Upstate Chamber Coalition, outlines the priorities of the business community at the local, state and federal more»
Published Thursday, December 7, 2017
The Greenville Chamber has hired two new positions and promoted six team members in an effort to deliver better value to Chamber Investors in 2018 and beyond.
The Greenville Chamber hired Adrea Turner as Director of Talent and Workforce Solutions and Tavares Durrah as Investor Development Manager. Julie Alexander, Ebony Austin, Megan Campbell, Kelle more»