A new technology center under development in Conway will use the resources of business and academics to foster new business start ups that could result in as many new jobs in Horry County as those created through formal economic development processes, officials said.

Although the Conway Innovation Center won’t have a formal grand opening until later this fall, the center’s backers already are in discussions with Coastal Carolina University on two to four possible start ups, said Karl Kelly, director of commercialization and technology incubation at Clemson University.

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Source: Conway Innovation Center aims to stimulate job creation for the Myrtle Beach area | Myrtle Beach Sun News