The Junior League of Greenville Inc. awarded $50,383 to four nonprofit agencies in the Greenville community in January during a General Membership Meeting.
Presented by the Brewers Association, Savor: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience is a beer and food-pairing event in the U.S.
Meet the panel of community leaders helping UBJ recognize its third class of game-changers
Charleston-based Palmetto Brewing Company’s limited edition 843 Series beers will be available in Greenville this month. This marks the first time Palmetto’s hometown tribute 843 beers will be available outside of Charleston.
Three commercial real estate veterans have left NAI Earle Furman to start their own company. Ross Kester, Tyson Smoak and Stuart Wyeth have formed Pintail Capital Partners, a new brokerage and investment sales services company.
Hampton Station development brings new vision to a century-old West Greenville warehouse
Isn’t empathy the domain of do-gooders from Pope Francis down to Father Pat, and every charity director in between? Who has time to walk in another person’s shoes, and why should we? I’m too busy innovating!
Joe Saracino describes his decision to leave Erwin Penland just two months after taking over the reins as president as “bittersweet.” In a statement to UBJ, Saracino said he had “loved this agency (Erwin Penland) for a long time – even before joining it.”
Apps to help single-person businesses compete with the huge players
Michelin Americas Truck Tires, a division of Michelin North America Inc., announced that Fleet Tire joined the Michelin Commercial Service Network (MCSN).
Concentrix, a wholly owned subsidiary of Synnex Corporation, announced it will expand its call center presence on Wade Hampton Boulevard in Greenville with a new lease at its current location, which will mean the company will occupy all of Building III at the 2000 Wade Hampton Boulevard Office Park.
Greenville entrepreneur Vivian Wong has launched a new manufacturing venture into one of the largest markets in the world, China. The company – BabyBlossom – leverages North America’s manufacturing reputation with plans to export non-toxic, baby-safe products just as China phases out its 1970s one-child policy.
The Gallery, a 142,000-square-foot retail center located on Haywood Road in Greenville has been sold to New York-based DNA Partners.
The church, located between Lee Road and Wade Hampton Boulevard, will increase worship seating, create a new fellowship room with kitchen and provide a variety of formal and informal gathering and teaching spaces.
Three years after launching its digital health accelerator, Greenville-based Iron Yard Ventures will not be announcing a fourth cohort this year.
The man chosen to lead Erwin Penland after Joe Erwin’s retirement at the end of last year has stepped down and taken a top marketing position with Chick-fil-A, according to Adweek.
Greenville-based Greenco Beverage Co. plans to build a 130,000-square-foot flagship distribution center along the Poinsett Corridor. The announcement is the first of its kind in more than 40 years, and should be operational by the end of the year.
About 400,000 Americans die each year from sudden cardiac death (SCD), and now Greenville-based Selah Genomics and the Greenville Health System (GHS) have jointly launched a new cardiovascular genetic test that can identify those who are at risk for SCD.
The Springs at Simpsonville Assisted Living recently dedicated a new facility at 214 E. Curtis St., Simpsonville
Upstate-based Integrated Biometrics, developer of FBI-compliant fingerprint scanners, reported that its production facility in Seoul, South Korea, has achieved International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 certification.