Business-friendly employment and tax policies are among the reasons many leading companies have set up home in South Carolina. Opportunities in the service sectors are particularly good, especially in the major population centers of Columbia and Charleston, plus South Carolina’s economy has good international links, benefitting from foreign investment and close to 2,000 overseas-owned firms operating in the state. Both Columbia and Charleston enjoy a diversified economy, and the latter is a tourist destination, generating commercial activity in hospitality and entertainment sectors. The state has good road links, including the I-95 south into Florida, while Charleston’s airport and nationally significant shipping terminals open up wider trade markets. We two offices in South Carolina – one in a popular suburb of Charleston, the other in the central business district of downtown Colombia – and a third opening soon in a business park in Greenville. They are all in upscale developments in fast-growing entrepreneurial regions close to major businesses and transportation links. Each center has a range of office space for all sizes of business from sole trader to global corporate, as well as meeting space that can be laid out to suit your meeting, business lounges which you can drop in and use, and video communications such as videoconferencing.