Upstate Business Journal
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IMED could link health research, clinicians, academics and manufacturing on a grand scale

COVER STORY | A vision is taking shape for a corridor lined with companies, labs and institutions positioned to collaborate on innovations in health care, life science and biomedical technology.

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IMED could stem medical brain drain, build SC reputation

COVER STORY | The proposed IMED project could not only accelerate innovation and investment, but Upstate business leaders say it could jump-start growth in other sectors with a multiplier effect.

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IMED concept attracting potential new business

COVER STORY | Several health care-focused businesses spoke to UBJ about why the IMED concept and the Upstate were attractive.

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Research Development Corporation

COVER STORY | Since the health system is the largest employer in Greenville County, it already had an impact. The system wanted to continue its mission of improving the health of the region

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New City to build James Street homes

REAL ESTATE | It’s no surprise in the hot downtown Greenville real estate market that revitalization is creeping into many neighborhoods. The latest? New City Development & Real Estate is building three new homes along James Street, near Pete Hollis Boulevard.

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New City to build James Street homes

It’s no surprise in the hot downtown Greenville real estate market that revitalization is creeping into many neighborhoods. The latest? New City Development & Real Estate is building three new homes along James Street, near Pete Hollis Boulevard. Keep Reading New City to build James Street homes
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SRHS named Large Employer of the Year

This award recognizes organizations that have exemplary practices in hiring people with disabilities, making worksite accommodations, and actively promoting disability awareness and workforce opportunities in the business community. The awards result from nominations throughout the state by the Mayor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department and the South Carolina Commission for the Blind. Keep Reading SRHS named Large Employer of the Year