COVID-19 is receiving considerable media attention at this time. It is imperative that we as a community stay informed and prepared to respond to inquiries from concerned citizens and travelers. Read More
Restaurants are providing takeout, delivery and curbside pickup during the coronavirus outbreak.
These organizations are helping in the COVID-19 relief and need your help with food and financial donations. Investors also are offering services to keep Myrtle Beach Strong.
Building strong foundations is a tenet of our November Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank. BEC is a multi-generational, family-owned and operated construction company. Members since 1990, BEC Construction builds custom homes and commercial properties across the Grand Strand.
In this issue, read the latest about the school start date debate, Small Business Saturday, the Myrtle Beach Downtown Master Plan and how to reduce the risk of travel-related security hacks.
Business Bulletin recognizes new employees, staff promotions, relocations and expansions, awards, class and convention attendance, new websites, and year-end accomplishments for top real estate producers/sales.
Dragons, Christian music, coffee and youth ministry. How could those work together? Pretty seamlessly if you’re Ground Zero. The nonprofit located on Chester Street in Myrtle Beach is our October Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank.
If you want to sip something sweet, you ought to visit Duplin Winery, our September Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank. Duplin Winery specializes in wine made from muscadine grapes, a variety native to the southeastern United States. They bottle about 40 different types.
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It’s one of the oldest pieces of advice out there, but it’s one of the hardest to actually follow: Make a budget—and stick to it. Only 39 percent of Americans say they are able to cover a $1,000 unplanned expense, CNNMoney has reported. (1)One-third of households reported that they did have an...
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that eight new board members were ratified at the Sept. 17, 2019 meeting of the board of directors.
Introducing a new networking event that combines making contacts, having fun and touring chamber investor businesses along the Grand Strand.
Employees continue to be the weakest link in your cybersecurity defenses. Verizon reports that last year, more than 90 percent of data breaches began with one user click. Estimates place annual U.S. phish-scam losses, at more than half a billion dollars. So, not surprisingly, the phishy...