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Grayson Dorr in 2020 40 Under Forty Class.
Grayson Dorr, SCRA Investment Finance Manager, is part of the prestigious Charleston Regional Business Journal (CRBJ) Forty Under 40 Class of 2020. This elite 40 is comprised of people under the age of 40 who have excelled in the professional arena, and in the local community. Read more.
SCBIO Webinar - Beating Back COVID: SC Companies Leading the Way.
Email Industries, an SC Launch Client Company, new email deliverability and compliance product, AlfredKnows, is now available to a limited number of ESPs, CRMs, marketing automation providers, and sales enablement tools. AlfredKnows is an ESP-friendly email verification service that’s designed to work in concert with BlackBox, Email Industries' long-established email compliance service, to protect and improve the deliverability of ESPs and their senders. Read more.
NEXT Venture Pitch Extends Pitch Deadline.
NEXT Venture Pitch, sponsored by SCRA, has extended the deadline to apply to pitch at its virtual event in September. The winner will earn an automatic spot in the VA Live Online showcase! This is your opportunity to virtually network with top principal VCs, angel investors, entrepreneurs, innovators, and community leaders! Learn more and apply.
AUG 25 @10:00 a.m.
SCBIO Webinar: Beating Back COVID: SC Companies Leading the Way. Learn more.
SEPT 3 @12:00 p.m.
IPF Webinar Series: The Innovation Economy in 2020: Opportunities & Challenges in a COVID-19 World. Learn more.
SC’s unemployment rate improved in June. But 210,000 people still don’t have work. South Carolina’s unemployment rate in June improved substantially, but that was before the state began to suffer from a new surge in coronavirus cases and deaths. The state’s jobless figure in early June was 8.7 percent, according to new survey results released Friday. Read more.
Gov. McMaster says a SC mask mandate would be unenforceable. Gov. Henry McMaster has said he won’t order South Carolinians to wear masks in public amid the COVID-19 pandemic because such a mandate would be unenforceable. But cities that have written their own mask rules over the past few months say enforcement has been surprisingly easy. Read more.