A good friend of mine, who leads operations at a video production company, recently asked me how much time and overall involvement they should invest in their brand’s social media presence. It’s certainly a relevant question given the ubiquity of social media in our lives. But it raises some interesting subsequent questions regarding the real value of social media in the B2B realm.
Joy Bailey looks back on 40 years as a pioneer woman in real estate
Bosch Rexroth plans to invest $5 million in its Fountain Inn campus to support new product development, according to a news release from the Greenville Area Development Corp.
The store and deli opened in early 2015 but “just didn’t have the volume of business needed” to justify keeping the doors open, said Joe Varieur, who owned the business along with business partner Wayne Weldon.
The properties, formerly named Chartwell at North End and Chartwell Oak Forest, have been renamed Willows at North End and Parkside at Laurel West, respectively.
A new seven-story, 138-room Residence Inn by Marriott Hotel is coming to The Point at Woodruff Road and I-85 in Greenville.
A 60,000-square-foot CubeSmart self-storage facility is planned for the former Palmetto Home and Garden building at 2422 Laurens Road in Greenville.
Is new project activity beginning to slow down? Maybe. Or maybe it’s just winter and everyone is busy with the multitude of projects already in progress. Either way, the February Design Review Board Urban Panel meeting had only one item on the agenda with a couple of informal reviews.
Rumors have been swirling for years about a possible Chick-fil-A coming to Augusta Street. So is it a possibility?
Upstate counties drew in more than $1.3 billion in capital investment last year, more than 31 percent of the state’s $4.2 billion in total capital investment for 2015, according to data from Upstate Business Journal and SC Department of Commerce.
Greenville-based craftsmen, tinkerers and hobbyists will find a new home at Synergy Mill, a Greenville-based makerspace in the west corner of the Next Manufacturing Center.
The Next Manufacturing Center in West Greenville finished its first round of renovations and welcomed its pioneer tenants to the niche co-working space early this year. Its first phase transformed 20,000 square feet of abandoned warehouse into a gleaming, white-walled canvas, already 70 percent leased.
The emerging Poinsett Corridor could support more rental housing, a tech and entrepreneurship district, and even an upper midscale hotel in the coming years, according to a new market analysis commissioned by the Greenville Revitalization Corp.
The Village of West Greenville will soon have a new restaurant offering breakfast and lunch.
The smells of fresh baked bread and pastries will soon fill the air in the Village of West Greenville when the Bake Room opens in a few weeks.
This year’s Upstate-based SC Auto Week is going statewide with events in Charleston and Columbia, with the aim of promoting and growing one of the state’s largest industries.
The GOP candidates are swarming the state in advance of the S.C. primary -- find out where they'll be and when.
The Upstate now has a new “Buy Local” campaign, this time under the GreerMade certification from the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce. Similar to “Made in USA” or “Certified SC Grown,” the GreerMade label aims to showcase locally built or crafted products, and already extends to BMWs, bowties and bourbon.
The new website offers a clean design with increased navigation functionality and a content-rich site experience, according to a statement from the company.
The Junior League of Greenville Inc. awarded $50,383 to four nonprofit agencies in the Greenville community in January during a General Membership Meeting.