The staff at SCWBC helped us to formalize our business plan and to qualify for SBA loans to get our business going.
Note: A copy of the full SCWBC annual report is available by calling (803) 463-5278.
Microenterprises are vital to South Carolina's economy, and SCWBC is committed to assisting these entrepreneurs transcend regional and economic obstacles to find success in skill development, networking and creation of capital," said Haidee Stith, SC Women's Business Center executive director.
For more information about SCWBC and statewide microenterprise development efforts, contact SCWBC in Columbia at 803-461-8900 or in Charleston at 843-740-6160.
will develop a three-year plan to raise awareness of the importance of assisting microentrepreneurs as they grow their businesses in rural communities.
was selected because providing microenterprise development services to South Carolina companies is part of its primary mission, including helping customers secure funding through organizations such as the U.
Women's Business Center are moving beyond these two states to market our products nationally," said Robert Shealy, co-owner of Rabbit Palm of Lexington and an SCWBC
We are so grateful for Senator Hollings' vision that included our program as a means through which the status of women in South Carolina can be improved," said Haidee Stith, SCWBC