Everyone’s got to eat. And with more of it happening at home and on the go, there’s big opportunity for agriculture and food processing. See how Upstate South Carolina supports the industry.
South Carolina is known globally as a production powerhouse, and that means there’s a world of opportunity here for businesses who serve the manufacturing and industrial sectors. International manufacturing consultant Valantic talks about getting in on the action.
South Carolina Technical College System supports industry workforce development and training needs. Learn how here.
As companies explore locations and partners for producing coronavirus response items — from PPE to medical devices to sanitation products — Upstate South Carolina stands out as a leading location.
The Global Alliance South Carolina (GASC) engages with academic, business and economic development leaders across the state of South Carolina to build and strengthen collaborations and partnerships that enable small, innovative companies to expand to new markets in South Carolina, Israel and Estonia.
Ireland-South Carolina Business Partnership explores international business opportunities to between manufacturing and technology companies and demystify foreign markets.
Burr Forman McNair Partner Melissa Azallion offers an overview of the issues that can affect immigration status for an international employee within the United States.
For companies to engage in foreign-direct investment into the United States, understanding various visa options and requirements is vital for successful planning. Burr Forman McNair Partner Melissa Azallion offers an introduction to into the business immigration process through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Upstate SC Alliance and Charleston Regional Development Alliance showcase the intersection of manufacturing and technology at the CES show in January 2020.