Upcoming Events


{CODESHOW}SE is the premier software development conference for technology professionals in the Southeast featuring presentations by renowned experts. This year's conference to be held May 21 at Charleston Museum and presented by Benefitfocus will feature talks by leading tech speakers from Red Hat, Apigee, Google, CoreOS and HashiCorp. The cherry on the top is the keynote "Open Source Cancer Genomics" by Cloudera founder Jeff Hammerbacher. Mr. Hammerbacher built the first data team at Facebook and Forbes ranks him as #2 in a list of the top 7 most powerful data scientists. Tickets are on sale now at https://www.codeshowse.com/ with early-bird registration ending April 1.

  • DIGsouth

    The DIG SOUTH festival features more than 200 presenters from across the nation, 750 Conference participants and 5000 total Festival attendees. In 2015, the DIGsouth Conference presenters will explore innovation, disruption and all things digital in technology, entrepreneurship, marketing, media, gaming, culture, healthcare and much more. LEARN MORE

  • 2015 iFive:K Race

    The iFive:K is a weekday, evening race winding through the historic streets of downtown Charleston, South Carolina. This race is favorite of knowledge-based business professionals, running enthusiasts and visitors. More: iFiveK.com

  • Women in Tech

    The Charleston Digital Corridor and Blackbaud are pleased to announce our next "Women in Tech" meet up! This will be an event for women, students and professionals, interested in connecting with other women in the tech industry. In addition to our regular mingling and networking, this meet up will focus on developing your skills to land that dream job in the tech industry. We will have a panel of experts in the HR industry there to assist you in your search and help you get prepped for that big interview!

    Feel free to come and mingle, talk code and become part of the "women in tech" community. All are welcome. Learn more and RSVP here

  • Fridays @ the Corridor - Your Business Needs Money?

    Investors have money and you are ready to pitch them – the big "ask" presentation. But what do potential investors really want to hear? Is your investor presentation actually preventing them from saying "yes?" How long or short should it be? What points are the most important ones to cover?

    At the May Fridays @ the Corridor, Kira Perdue, executive vice president at award-winning PR and Digital agency Trevelino/Keller, we'll present 10 key points you need to make a successfully pitch for investment. The presentation will include key Dos & Don'ts, and Tips & Tricks. Kira Purdue, who has worked counseling start-up companies for over 20 years, will share insights into what works. Register HERE.