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SC’s recycling industry cluster merges with North Carolina, businesses to discuss career readiness at TransformSC Conference, SC Angel Network reports record investments in 2015, a bill to codify the Profile of the Graduate has been introduced, and more in this month’s newsletter.
TransformSC unveils process to join, Life sciences cluster receives national nod, Aerospace cluster conference headlines, Ann Marie Stieritz presents SC cluster activities at national event
TransformSC conference draws 700, TDL Summit explores dimensions of the cluster, SCBIO receives Office of Innovation grant, 2 more angel investor networks are launched
Aerospace cluster at SiMT; new Agribusiness cluster study; SC State Board of Education adopts TransformSC’s Profile of the Graduate.
SC Council on Competitiveness launches its new website; iTs|SC graduates first class of Leadership Insurance; TransformSC announces Spring Conference.
President & CEO Ann Marie Stieritz discusses New Carolina’s return to its original name – South Carolina Council on Competitiveness.
On August 19, nearly 400 people attended the inaugural South Carolina Aerospace Industry Day. Sponsors of the event included the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness, the USC McNAIR Center for Aerospace Research and Innovation and the South Carolina Aviation Association.
Igniting the aerospace cluster, TransformSC schools show results, and Ann Marie Stieritz on Carolina Business Review
Laura McKinney says farewell and welcomes Ann Marie Stieritz, recycling cluster doubles economic impact, and upcoming events
4th Annual TDL Summit A Success, New Director of Education and Workforce Initiatives and SC Ranked 5th in Best States for Business
Newly Established Early Childhood Task Force, Workforce Growth and Development and the Welcoming of New Leadership to New Carolina