Women-owned enterprises across the state will have access to training and resources through two U.S. Small Business Administration business development hubs in Greenville and Columbia, announced today.
The S.C. Women's Business Centers, created to help women entrepreneurs launch startups or expand existing companies, will be hosted by Greenville's Community Works Women's Business Center and Columbia's Benedict College.
"The new centers are a key part of the SBA's expansion of service to foster stronger local economic opportunities, especially to those businesses that have been hit hard by the pandemic and are now focusing on a safe reopening of our great country," SBA Administrator Jovita Carrenza said in the release. "The soul and spirit of American entrepreneurs and small business owners will continue to thrive and grow in the community and workforce as they participate in the pursuit of the American dream."
The two centers are part of a national network of 100 centers that offer...