Development Growth Continues Despite Pandemic

July 19, 2021

Central SC Thought Leader article contributed by Magnus Development Partners

Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation Expanding Operations in Lexington County, SC

July 15, 2021

More than $100 Million investment will create 250 new jobs

She’s 14, Black and already a CEO. Her Columbia business just got a $200K investment

July 9, 2021

"Gabby Goodwin of Columbia received a $200,000 investment from television personalities Marcus Lemonis and Gayle King on a podcast episode of “One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis” that aired Wednesday."

Prestage Farms of South Carolina, LLC establishing new operation in Kershaw County, SC

July 8, 2021

$150 million investment will create 292 new jobs

Columbia, SC ranks among the top cities for unemployment rate rebound

June 30, 2021

South Carolina's capital city ranks 33rd among cities in the nation for U.S. employment recovery.

STL establishing operations in Kershaw County, SC

June 23, 2021

$23 million investment will create 120 new jobs over the next five years

Increased demand for home appliance parts drums up expansion of KRA Operations LLC facility in Newberry County, SC

June 21, 2021

$23.5 Million investment triples facility’s footprint and will provide 120 new job opportunities

Denkai America expanding operations in Kershaw County, SC

June 18, 2021

$14 million investment will create 10 new jobs

Claflin University receives $5 million from Google

June 17, 2021

Claflin University is one of 10 institutions to receive a $5 million grant from Google supporting STEM educational opportunities.

Intertape Polymer Group Inc. expanding operations in Richland County

June 9, 2021

More than $20 million investment will create approximately 135 new jobs over the next five years

Campaign tells stories of West Columbia entrepreneurs

June 7, 2021

"A new campaign is highlighting West Columbia businesses and entrepreneurs by personalizing their stories."

Clarendon seeing job boom; industrial park saw nearly $35M invested, over 345 jobs announced since pandemic started

June 4, 2021

"The current state of the economic opportunity in Clarendon County could be summed up in two words: strong growth."