Here’s what’s happening in South Carolina - don’t miss out!
May 8, 2020
South Carolina Medical Device Alliance, a partnership between SCRA, Clemson University, Medical University of South Carolina and Industry, has released three new RFPs. All are due by
5 pm EDT on
SCRA announces new Marketing & Communications Director, Adrian Grimes. “We’re extremely pleased to have Adrian join our team. She brings a diverse marketing and communications background spanning business, government, and most recently healthcare. Our marketing communications not only includes what we do here at SCRA, but we also have many opportunities for shared and cross promotions with our many partners and stakeholders throughout the state,” said Bob Quinn, Executive Director. “She will be an asset for our internal and external communications as well as in growing those external relationships.”
SCRA is hiring! The Business Development Representative focuses on cultivating annual contributions to the Industry Partnership Fund (IPF), a key funding source for SCRA.
Learn more and apply
SCRA has allocated
substantial additional funding in grants and SC Launch, Inc. investments with a particular focus on current Client Companies to assist them in navigating through these unprecedented times.
Although the sharks didn't bite when presented with ABii on ABC’s Shark Tank this past Wednesday,
SCRA-funded Vän Robotics CEO
Laura Boccanfuso – who described herself as a “fighter” – says she is in this for as long as it takes. You have not heard the last of ABii.
Radio Show Offers Free On-Air Promotions to Local Businesses During COVID-19. The free promotion is available for local businesses in the Lowcountry area (including Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton and Chatham counties) and features a 10- to 20-minute on-air interview with up to two people at TalkOne’s studio in Bluffton, or by calling into the station. The offer expires at the end of May.
accelerate.sc.gov will direct users how to file for unemployment, while also leading them to new employment opportunities and information about the state’s revitalization efforts.
SC Life Sciences Job Board matches COVID-displaced employees with SC life sciences companies that are hiring right now. Companies can post positions for free.