Coming up in local business

  • Posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Tuesday


COMPUTER SECURITY: The S.C. Tech Academy of the Coastal Community Foundation holds a four-part class, “Computer Security 101” for nonprofit staffers, board members and volunteers. 9–11 a.m. weekly through April 30. 635 Rutledge Ave., Suite 201, Charleston. $59. Registration required. Go to www.sctechacademy.org for more information or to register.



A/C ENGINEERS: The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers meets. 5:30 p.m. Harbor Breezes, 176 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant. $25. Email gene3380@gmail.com for more information.



PERSONAL FINANCE: The National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Family Services and TD Bank hold a free personal finance workshop: “Credit Cents.” 6 p.m. 4925 Lacross Road, Suite 105, North Charleston. Contact Kristin Glantz at kglantz@fsisc.org or 735-7842 to register.

Wednesday


BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE: The coastal chapter of SCORE holds an open roundtable for area business owners and entrepreneurs. 9 a.m. 4500 Leeds Ave., North Charleston. Free and open to walk-ins. Call 727-4778 for more information.



BUSINESS COUNSELING: The coastal chapter of SCORE offer free, confidential business counseling for entrepreneurs and small business owners. 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Charleston County Main Library, second floor, 68 Calhoun St., Charleston. No appointment necessary. Call 727-4778.

Thursday


Making Ends Meet: The National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Family Services and TD Bank hold a free personal finance workshop: “Making Ends Meet.” 6 p.m. 4925 Lacross Road, Suite 105, North Charleston. Contact Kristin Glantz at kglantz@fsisc.org or 735-7842 to register.



BERKELEY CHAMBER MEETING: The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce holds its annual meeting. 6:30 p.m. Daniel Island Club, 600 Island Park Drive, Daniel Island. $75 for members; $100 for others. Call 577-9549 or 761-8238 or go to www.berkeley sc.org to register online.

Friday


HONORING EDUCATORS: The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce holds its 2013 Teacher of the Year breakfast. 7:30 a.m. Trident Technical College Complex for Economic Development, 7000 Rivers Ave., Bldg. 920 North Charleston. Call 577-9549 or 761-8238 or go to www.berkeley sc.org to register online.

April 17


LEGAL TALK FOR BUSINESSES: The coastal chapter of SCORE holds a workshop on the advantages and disadvantages of various legal structures, partnerships, contracts and leases. 6-9 p.m. College of Charleston’s Towell Library, 66 George St. Scheduled speaker is attorney John “Skip” Martin. $25. Register at www.score285.org or by calling 727-4778.

April 18-19


QUALITY CONFERENCE: The Lowcountry section of the American Society for Quality holds its 2013 Lowcountry Quality Conference. Theme: “The Role of Quality in the Lowcountry’s Future.” Sheraton Charleston Airport Hotel, 4770 Goer Drive, North Charleston. Scheduled: Jeffrey Jones, quality director for Boeing in North Charleston. Topic: “The Future of Quality at Boeing. $79-$160 before April 1; $89-$179 afterward. Go to 123signup.com/register?id=bmnhh to register. Call Dean Creed at 761-8000, ext. 4773, for more information.

April 19


CORPORATE LEADERSHIP FORUM: The Citadel and the National Association of Corporate Directors hold the fourth annual Citadel Directors’ Institute to explore leadership issues related for corporate board members and top executives. 6:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Charleston Place Hotel. Keynote speaker is James Rogers, CEO of Duke Energy. For details, email cdi@citadel.edu or call Wesley M. Jones Jr. at 953-7531.

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