With work crews, dump trucks and project managers focused on raising the Charleston Tech Center over Morrison Drive, the Charleston Digital Corridor and its partners are focused on setting the organization’s future agenda.

In the past, that has included creating infrastructure and finding enough affordable, short-term commercial space for small, high-growth, early stage companies to find a place to plant and grow in the Charleston market.

The 92,000-square-foot, six-story building with a parking garage, a blanket of high-speed Wi-Fi, green space, restaurant and retail space, and room to grow takes care of many infrastructure needs. Now, Ernest Andrade, executive director of the Charleston Digital Corridor, said the organization wants to focus on two specific areas that need attention: talent and diversity.

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