By Lauren Ratcliffe
Published May 23, 2012
About 400 small-business leaders attended a Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Expo on Tuesday.
The day-long eventuality featured 90 exhibitors and gave those companies and attendees an assembly before incomparable corporations.
A designated purchasers room featured businesses, including Roper St. Francis, Boeing, SPAWAR, Santee Cooper and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. Charleston County, a City of Charleston and a City of North Charleston also met with businesses.
The room was designed so member from a vast companies could explain to tiny businesses what they demeanour for when selecting vendors and give information on how businesses can request to work with them.
Three record demonstrations also were conducted by a Charleston company, netGalaxy Studios, stressing a significance of utilizing record to raise business.
Demonstrations featured a common-knowledge subject of amicable media and unsentimental applications of record in a avenues of hunt engine optimization and building mobile applications.
Some businesses knew they indispensable to accelerate their online and mobile participation though weren’t certain how opposite solutions would fit their business.
“We weren’t before (looking to build apps), though now we are deliberation it,” Carol Voigt