Greenville Chamber, Greenville Business Magazine Partner to Promote the Chamber's Minority Business Accelerator Initiative

Published Monday, July 9, 2018 1:30 pm

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 9, 2018

Contact: Megan Campbell, Marketing and Communications Director | 864-239-3745 | mcampbell@greenvillechamber.org

(Greenville, SC) Greenville Business Magazine has partnered with the Greenville Chamber to provide a platform to highlight the Minority Business Accelerator.

Greenville Business Magazine is contributing a monthly spread, valued at $75,000, to recognize the accomplishments of the Minority Business Accelerator and shine a light on the participants.

The Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) is designed to advance economic inclusion by preparing minority-owned businesses for growth and expansion to create a competitive advantage for Upstate, SC to become the most inclusive business community in the world.

Lori Coon, Greenville Business Magazine Publisher and COO said, “Greenville Business Magazine is honored to support the Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives. As the leading business publication in South Carolina, we see the value in collaborating with partners that increase efforts to heighten the business community.” She adds, “As the Greenville Chamber recognizes the full potential by making diversity and inclusion the standard to strengthen and impact our community, I feel that it is our social responsibility to make sure we are encouraging the type of business environment we want to see here locally.  Our dedication to help elevate the awareness of the MBA program and their participants is just part of our commitment to the economic impact in the Greenville County area.”

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About the Greenville Chamber

The Greenville Chamber, now in its 130th year of operation, is the largest business organization in Upstate South Carolina with over 2100 Investors supporting the vision of a globally competitive Upstate economy where businesses succeed and people prosper. For information, visit greenvillechamber.org.

About the Minority Business Accelerator (MBA)

The Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator program helps accelerate the development of high potential minority business enterprises to strengthen and expand the regional minority entrepreneurial community and serve as a catalyst to drive a positive community economic impact.

www.GreenvilleChamber.org     24 Cleveland Street, Greenville, SC 29601     864-242-1050

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