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The MBREDC's recruitment efforts are focused on key targeted industry sectors. These sectors have been identified due to the region's unique resources and dynamic business environment.

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Catch the Rising Tide

Myrtle Beach is a world-class business destination and is poised to become a global hub for opportunity. Horry County offers a diverse mix of sites and buildings, from Class A-certified industrial parks to our business and commerce centers, we can provide a prime business location. We have a modern infrastructure, a skilled workforce, and access to higher education that will provide your business with every opportunity to thrive. Additionally, our expansion of Myrtle Beach International Airport will allow you access to your customers via air, and US 501 can move your products to I-95 and beyond in under an hour. If you are just getting started, growing your business, relocating or opening a new facility, we are confident that Myrtle Beach can provide the ideal location for your success.

Myrtle Beach News

Boo comes to North Myrtle Beach; props company to bring 35 jobs

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH Marc Brawner will tell you how much cheaper it is to do business in South Carolina than Colorado and how easy Sandy Davis of the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corp. made the move East for his company, but the real reasons he’s making scary sculptures in North Myrtle Beach are two feet in the sand and a book in a hand. Media • READ MORE

Colorado-Based Production Company Little Spider Creations Announces Relocation to Horry County

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Little Spider Creations, a specialty prop and set production company from Denver, Colo., has announced plans to relocate its operations to the North Myrtle Beach area of Horry County. The company will create 35 new jobs over a 5-year period, paying an average of $20 per hour, and make an investment of $2.65 million dollars in the area. News Press Releases • READ MORE

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