We put creativity, data research and innovation to work in favor of diversity and interculturalism. We develop solutions to promote the integration of the international individuals who live, work and play in the U.S. From events to one-on-one programs, our goal is twofold: empower foreign-born professionals and to promote the sense of belonging among the international community.
Bossa is a Brazilian word that means a certain pizzazz, talent, ability and style to do things in a lively and clever way — and that’s how we strive to do things!
We love what we do.
Our events and programs focus on people of all ages and backgrounds, including international and professional women, children, small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
There are approximately 288,580 foreign-born individuals living in South Carolina, which represents 5.6% of the state’s population. To learn more, visit The New American Economy.
International firms call South Carolina home. Majority-owned, foreign-affiliated companies employ more than 158.000 South Carolinians – 7% of the state’s private industry employment.
Total business income of immigrant entrepreneurs
Immigrant taxes paid