Charleston Chamber creates space for entrepreneurs

By Liz Segrist
lsegrist@scbiznews.com
Published March 25, 2014

Entrepreneurs will soon be able to use space at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce to build their businesses.

Entrepreneurs can use the Catalyst Center to meet with mentors, work on their business plans, use chamber resources and connect with other entrepreneurs, said Erin Aylor, the chamber’s marketing director. The 2,000-square-foot center also offers conference and meeting space.

Charleston-based GreenBy3 is overseeing the project and recently began demolition of the former Score office. The space — located on the second floor of the chamber at 4500 Leeds Ave. in North Charleston — is still under construction with a projected opening in June.

It is designed for entrepreneurs with “high-impact, scalable business,” Aylor said.

Members of the Charleston Chamber or of the chamber’s Entrepreneur Crowd can use the space for free.

Reach Liz Segrist at 843-849-3119 or @lizsegrist on Twitter.

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