Upstate Business Journal
MillVillage
MillVillage

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Education is key to boosting per capita income in Upstate

MillVillage
CAMIT
CAMIT

TECH AND DESIGN

Biotech company plans to move production to SC

CAMIT
Manufacturing in America
Manufacturing in America

RETAIL AND HOSPITALITY

Village Grind brews up buzz in West Greenville

Manufacturing in America
Entrepreneur's Forum
Entrepreneur's Forum

FINANCE

CertusWealth sells for $300M

Entrepreneur's Forum
Entrepreneur's Forum
Entrepreneur's Forum

REAL ESTATE

CREW Upstate honors real estate leaders

Entrepreneur's Forum
Entrepreneur's Forum
Entrepreneur's Forum

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Last month’s Ten at the Top Upstate Regional Summit sparked a number of ideas

Entrepreneur's Forum
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Greenville celebrates Google eCity honor

People meet and mingle at the Dark Corner Distillery last Friday, at a community celebration in recognition of Greenville being named the 2014 eCity of South Carolina by Google. Keep Reading Greenville celebrates Google eCity honor
SynnexCorpQuarterlies

A good year for revenues at Synnex

Synnex reported stronger than expected results for the third quarter and showed significant gains over the same period last year. Revenues rose to $3.5 million from $2.7 million in the same period last year, a nearly 30 percent increase. Diluted earnings per share also leapt from $1.15 from $0.19, a 505.3 percent increase. Keep Reading A good year for revenues at Synnex
Innovate
Upstate-Startups

Collaboration of organizations help Upstate get smart on startups

“A startup is not a smaller version of a large company.” On the surface, this small slice of startup wisdom from entrepreneur-turned-teacher Steve Blank might seem obvious, but its profound importance has really only begun to shape our understanding of startup companies over the last five years. Keep Reading Collaboration of organizations help Upstate get smart on startups
Crisis-Management

5 reasons you need a crisis communication plan

When a crisis happens within your business, it can become not only an operations issue, but also a public relations nightmare. Just ask Paula Deen, the executives of Target or, locally, the board of CertusBank. Can you have a crisis and come out better for it? Keep Reading 5 reasons you need a crisis communication plan
Profile
Spence-Taylor

Who’s Who Ones to Watch: Spence M. Taylor, M.D.

He trained as a cardiovascular surgeon, was a major in the Air Force, took care of casualties during the invasion of Panama and Operation Desert Storm – and was on the short list for Clemson University president. Keep Reading Who’s Who Ones to Watch: Spence M. Taylor, M.D.
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Education is key to boosting per capita income in Upstate

Greenville County’s per capita personal income has fallen to 89.5 percent of the U.S. per capita personal income, a level not seen since the mid-1980s – before BMW located next door in Spartanburg County and brought a slew of automotive-related enterprises with it, and before companies such as Hubbell Lighting, TD Bank and Proterra called the Upstate home. Keep Reading Education is key to boosting per capita income in Upstate
CertusWealth

CertusWealth sells for $300M

CertusBank’s wealth management division is worth $300 million to its buyer, N.J.-based Investview, an investor technology and education company. The bank is shedding its wealth management business as part of an ongoing restructuring effort. Keep Reading CertusWealth sells for $300M
Joshua-Kelly

Clemson dedicates Erwin Center

Last week, Clemson University officials dedicated the Erwin Center for Advertising and Communication with the formal launch of its communications studio in Daniel Hall. Keep Reading Clemson dedicates Erwin Center
Elements_West_Front_Elevation

Historic West End cotton mill to become loft apartments

After acquiring the E. W. Montgomery Cotton Warehouse building on Green Avenue three years ago, developer Nick Gilley has worked hard to get it placed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as lay out a plan to restore the building to its former glory. Keep Reading Historic West End cotton mill to become loft apartments