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Chamber of Commerce to Host a Virtual Industry Appreciation Webinar
Our very own Catherine Hayes, SCRA Industry Manager, will be a panelist during the Greater Summerville and Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce virtual Industry Appreciation event on August 20th. Panelists will discuss artificial intelligence and its role in manufacturing. Learn more and register.
SCBIO Webinar - Beating Back COVID: SC Companies Leading the Way.
Companies in SC's life sciences industry continue the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have pivoted and dramatically ramped up production in order to take on the virus. Tune into this SCBIO webinar on August 25 to get an update straight from the source on how South Carolina is combating this pandemic. Featured Panelists include SCRA funded companies ZVerse, Inc., and Modjoul, SC Facilities tenant, Vikor Scientific, and Executive Committee Board Director, Lou Kennedy, President, CEO and Owner of Nephron Pharmaceuticals. Learn more and register.
Vän Robotics to present at InnoVision Forum Series Webinar.
InnoVision will host a virtual forum series, Leading Beyond the Crisis on August 20 at 4 p.m. Laura Boccanfuso, founder and CEO of Vän Robotics, an SC Launch Portfolio Company, and her leadership team will present their start-up smart social robot business and explain how COVID-19 introduced both challenges and opportunities. Learn more and register.
AUG 27 @12:00 p.m.
SEPT 3 @12:00 p.m.
SCRA IPF Webinar Series: The Innovation Economy in 2020: Opportunities & Challenges in a COVID-19 World. Learn more.
SEPT 16 @12:00 p.m.
Lt. Gov. Evette and S.C. DEW chief see recovery in manufacturing and trade. While the hospitality industry is making a slow recovery statewide, Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette and Dan Ellzey, executive director of S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce, argue that the Palmetto State’s manufacturing sector and reopening schedule have helped keep its economy above water. Read more.
DHEC unveils new county-by-county coronavirus dashboard. The dashboard was developed by DHEC’s data analysts, geographic information services specialists and epidemiologists using information from the agency’s disease surveillance capabilities. Information includes race, ethnicity, gender and age for cases and death in each county, among other data. Read more.