"Summit urges united front to diversify area's economic engine" Beaufort The Island Packet & WSAV August 12, 2010
Nexsen Pruet attorney Ric Tapp was a panelist at the Lowcountry Regional Jobs Summit.
The summit featured a panel discussion entitled "Setting the Table for the Future." Business and civic leaders said the goal of the event was to "show policymakers that area businesses are interested in creating better jobs in a wider range of fields than traditionally have been available in the Lowcountry, where tourism, home building and the military have long been the primary engines of the economy."
Read more here from the Hilton Head Island Packet.
WSAV Television also reported on the event. Click here to watch "Job Creation, Diversifying Economy Discussed at Lowcountry Summit."
Over the past 20+ years, Nexsen Pruet's economic development attorneys have helped hundreds of companies, large and small, in establishing manufacturing, tourism, distribution, healthcare, corporate office and other commercial facilities. We have worked with companies from across the United States, Mexico, Canada and Brazil in the Americas, from China, Japan, Indonesia and Korea in Asia, and from Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Russia and Slovenia in Europe.