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Meet the Team: Elizabeth Noland

Posted by: Elizabeth Noland on Wednesday, March 14, 2018
I was born in Nashville, Tennessee, however I’ve lived in several states throughout the years. My father is retired Army as well as an Accounting Professor so both of his positions influenced where I lived growing up. I moved to the ...

Meet the Team: McClain Talley, Marketing and Communicatons Coordinator

Posted by: McClain Talley on Friday, March 9, 2018
I am absolutely stoked to be furthering my career with the Greenville Chamber and am so thrilled to call Greenville my new home! As a child growing up in Valdosta, GA, my family frequently vacationed all over South Carolina, and it did not take me ...

Minority Business Accelerator: The Queen Photographers, Latoya Dixon

Posted by: Nika White on Thursday, March 8, 2018
Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) is a program of the Greenville Chamber which actively seeks to improve the capacity of minority owned firms by increasing recognition of the value of minority businesses as suppliers, strategic partners, and, ...

In Business: KidsZone Drop-In Hourly Childcare

Posted by: Tripp James on Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Free To Do Life. KidsZone believes parents should have the freedom to do life. They want to help parents get that freedom by reinventing childcare to be convenient, flexible, affordable and easy. They do this by giving parents the freedom to simply ...

In Business: BlackStream Christie's International

Posted by: Tripp James on Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Congratulations to BlackStream Christie’s International Real Estate on the grand opening of their new office located at 20 Overbrook Court, Suite 400. The mission of Blackstream Christie’s International Real Estate is to provide ...

In Business: Southern Girl Chic

Posted by: Tripp James on Monday, March 5, 2018
Southern Girl Chic is located in the heart of Simpsonville-Five Forks. Southern Girl Chic was founded by a single mom from Simpsonville, South Carolina who witnessed this community grow leaps and bounds. Sally Palmer-King is a true fashionista with ...

Five Ways Small Companies Can Think Big About Affinity Groups

Posted by: Nika White on Thursday, March 1, 2018
Affinity groups can be a great tool for diversity and inclusion (D&I), but what if your organization is too small to support a group just for women, Hispanics, or some other demographic not widely represented in the company? That doesn’t ...
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