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SC MANUFACTURERS CONFERENCE TO FEATURE HOT TOPICS, TOP MANUFACTURING CEOS, INDUSTRY LEADERS

Author: Julie Scott

Source: SC Chamber Press Release

January 27, 2015

Greenville, SC – The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the state’s unified voice of business, will host the 5th Annual South Carolina Manufacturers Conference, Leading the Way, February 11-13 in Greenville, SC, presented by McNair Law Firm, P.A. Topics to be discussed include the national manufacturing agenda, South Carolina’s energy future, the Upstate Regional Export Plan, a National Labor Relations Board update, workforce development, tax reform, financial trends facing manufacturers and much more! Check out scenes from the 2014 event!

Special presentations will feature Clark Gillespy, president of Duke Energy; Jack Ellenburg, senior VP of economic development and projects at the South Carolina Ports Authority; and, Brent Weil of the National Association of Manufacturers Institute. Manufacturers will not want to miss this unique conference! Special breakout sessions will delve deeper into workforce development, finance, export strategies, the inland port, and more!

Top Sponsors Include:

McNair Law Firm, P.A.
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
Duke Energy
MAU Workforce Solutions
Electrolux North America WDS, Inc.
WebsterRogers, LLP
Carolina Pines Industrial Park
Elliott Davis Decosimo
Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina
MEDcare Urgent Care

To register, visit www.scchamber.net under Events or contact Tish Anderson (tish.anderson@scchamber.net).

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the nation’s first state chamber Accredited with Distinction by the U.S. Chamber, is South Carolina’s largest statewide broad-based business and industry trade association representing more than 18,000 businesses and more than one million employees. As the unified voice for business and industry, the Chamber is a catalyst for increasing per capita income and enhancing the state’s global competitiveness in order to improve the quality of life for all South Carolinians.

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