2022 PUBLIC POLICY AGENDA
What are the key issues affecting businesses at the local, state, and federal levels in 2022?
What are the guiding principles and key positions that the Beaufort Regional Chamber follows to best advocate for local businesses and promote economic prosperity?
Lowcountry Prosperity Report: An Economic Overview of the Beaufort Region
Have a look at the brand-new Regional Prosperity Dashboard. This data tool can and will be used to track our community’s standing on wages, education, workforce and more. The statistical information contained in the Dashboard is specific and unique to reflect a snapshot of the Beaufort / Port Royal / St. Helena / Sheldon / Yemassee region’s economy.
Also, click here to watch a video from the 2021 Beaufort Regional Economic Forecast event on April 1, 2021, featuring economist Joey Von Nessen from the University of South Carolina.
Discover the Beaufort Difference.
Every day since 1892, we have been promoting, protecting and improving business. Our mission is to manage and build capacity for continual community growth by advocating for a pro-business environment and building quality workforce in order to enrich the region’s quality of life.
Why Join the Chamber?
The Chamber provides business growth and learning opportunities to help businesses be more productive and profitable, as well as advocacy and community development initiatives to build a favorable business climate, creating the preferred community to invest, prosper, and enjoy.
Providing opportunities for growth through networking and education.
Sharing a vision for the future while attracting, retaining, and expanding business.
Creating an environment for sustained prosperity and future success through public policy and advocacy.
Enriching our community and building a world-class region.