ENRG PROGRAM- Powered by The Duke Energy Foundation
In an effort to help small businesses (minority or women-owned with 50 employees or less) rebound and survive during the COVID crisis, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and the Duke Energy Foundation have partnered to create the Empower, Network, Resource, and Growth (ENGR) program.
2. Legal Issues
3. Advocacy Training
4. Governance – Taxes and Regulations
Additionally, each participant in the program will receive a mini-grant of $1,000. Benefits to small business include: Seminars lead by SC Chamber (Potential topics/areas of focus: certification, Federal programs/grants, Women-Owned Speakers Bureau), state and local Chamber support, and access to South Carolina Business Development Center.
For small businesses not participating in the Cohort Class, a series of 3 webinars will be offered on Debt Management, Strategic Planning, and Health & Safety.
|Academic, Technology and Wellness Academy||Cherokee|
|Hackel SC Entertainment dba The Big E Gaffney||Cherokee|
|Kona Ice of Lancaster, Chester and NE Columbia||Chester|
|Strong's Quick Service Solutions, LLC||Chester|
|Preferred Mortgage & Tax Service, LLC||Fairfield|
|MiLadies 182 on Evans, LLC||Florence|
|The Tutoring Center, Simpsonville||Greenville|
|Charming Gourmet Sticks, LLC||Greenwood|
|The Coffee Roost LLC||Laurens|
|Let's Ride Cycling Studio||Lee|
|Turner & Scoot||Lee|
|EMILY Revolutionary Marketing Group||Newberry|
|Bike Baby LLC||Newberry|
|LaMarriia Company Inc||Spartanburg|
|BAEHR FEET SHOE BOUTIQUE||Spartanburg|
|True Divine Xpressions, LLC||York|
To learn more about this program contact Cynthia Bennett, VP of Education and Workforce Development at the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Email: email@example.com
Phone: 803.255.2542 or contact your local Chamber of Commerce.