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Jul 11, 2011

Technology Companies in South Carolina

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Rock Hill, Myrtle Beach, Greenville, Charleston, and Columbia are all great, unique towns – some burgeoning, each ever-evolving, and all desirous of technology companies to form or locate in their walkable urban districts.

In these towns, you find a high standard of living with a low cost. They have great schools, lots of history, and each a unique bohemianism and flavor – as well as unique assets in proximity that help define a town’s character.

  • Greenville has the river and nearby mountains and lakes
  • Rock Hill has lakes, the river, and Charlotte
  • Charleston is a port and has been for a long time
  • Myrtle Beach has the beach, one like no other

The State of South Carolina has a certain charm, and this charm is unique in each of its municipalities.

We also have lots of colleges:

  • The University of South Carolina
  • College of Charleston
  • Winthrop University
  • South Carolina State University
  • Wofford College
  • Clemson University
  • and many more

I believe our state could do more in facilitating economic growth in the technology sector. And I believe that we could do a lot more in the area of economic development. But when I say this, I don’t mean that we should spend more money. Instead, I mean we should restructure resources and re-focus our energies (which I see happening). I believe we could spend less and achieve more. This is not a criticism of those currently doing this work in these places. Instead, it is my attempt to add value to an evolving process. I see progress happening across the state. I look forward.

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Jason Broadwater
Jason Broadwater

Jason Broadwater is a consultant and speaker on Community & Economic Development, as well as on Marketing & Business. Jason is the founder and manager of RevenFlo (a marketing company). He is the founder and manager of The Local Pickup (an online seller of boutique and vintage guitars). And he is a musician and producer.

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