Improving business. Improving South Carolina.
Advocating on behalf of businesses and proactively addressing issues faced in today's economy.
South Carolina industrial properties pay the second highest property tax rates in the nation.
The success of business in South Carolina is dependent upon the environment public policy and economic development officials create.
For the Palmetto State to continue to improve the business climate and compete on a global level, a proactive approach is needed.
South Carolina must continue to improve its business climate to create a competitive global environment. Key priorities must be address to encourage expanded economic development and opportunities.
“Though infrastructure and workforce development priorities are top agenda items this year, we cannot rest on our laurels on addressing other issues like tort reforms, energy and environmental issues, and regulatory relief at the state and federal levels.”
- Ted Pitts, president and CEO, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce