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Speaking of South Carolina Life Sciences...

Burnie Maybank Participates in South Carolina Life Sciences Boot Camp

www.SCBIO.org

April 2, 2018

On March 14, Nexsen Pruet's Burnie Maybank was a featured presenter at SCBIO's South Carolina Life Sciences Boot Camp: Essentials of a Growing Industry

On March 14, Nexsen Pruet's Burnie Maybank was a featured presenter at SCBIO's South Carolina Life Sciences Boot Camp: Essentials of a Growing Industry

Maybank, author of the SC Life Sciences Act, offered insights on South Carolina economic development incentives, specifically those tailored to the life sciences industry. 

The full presentation can be viewed here:


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Nexsen Pruet is proud to be a Palmetto Partner of the South Carolina Biotechnology Industry Organization (SCBIO).

About SCBIO:

SCBIO is a statewide, not-for-profit, public/private life sciences industry association and economic development organization formed to actively promote, build, support, expand, and convene South Carolina's life sciences industry. SCBIO is the official state affiliate of BIO -- the U.S. Biotechnology Innovation Organization -- and the exclusively dedicated advocate and 'voice' for the multi-faceted SC life sciences industry. BIO champions biotechnology and its potential to provide better healthcare, enhanced agriculture, and a cleaner and safer environment for people around the world.


Burnet R. (Burnie) Maybank twice served as Director of the South Carolina Department of Revenue. He returned to Nexsen Pruet in 2006 to represents companies and organizations needing assistance with state and local tax (SALT), tax controversy and economic development incentives.

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