Experimentation is essential, providing valuable feedback at every stage of the startup process and increasing the likelihood of a successful venture. Entrepreneurs can mitigate some of the uncertainty by using a carefully designed series of experiments.
A fire broke out Wednesday at electric bus maker Proterra’s Greenville headquarters.
Real estate investors, take note. A 90-unit apartment complex near downtown, in an up-and-coming neighborhood, has been listed for sale.
Greenville County Council has scheduled a special Committee of the Whole meeting at 6 p.m. on Aug. 25 at County Square to discuss a proposal for giving Greenville Health System (GHS) operational control of the county-run emergency medical service (EMS).
Construction is set to begin this month in the Five Forks area of Simpsonville on a new senior retirement community called The Crossings at Five Forks, offering independent living, assisted living and memory-care services.
“First impressions mean almost everything,” said John Montemayor, career services coordinator at USC Upstate. “A candidate may have impeccable credentials, the best resume and best qualifications, but if they are dressed in khakis, a blue blazer and no tie, an interviewer may overlook those attributes.”
Mental health issues will cost U.S. businesses an estimated $16 trillion in productivity losses over the next two decades, according to the World Health Organization.
M. Judson Booksellers, a new independent bookstore located in the historic family court space next to the Westin Poinsett on Main Street in Greenville, opened its doors this week. A grand opening celebration is planned for the weekend of Aug. 14-16.
Bank officials last week named Cal Hurst as regional vice president for the Upstate. Hurst will be responsible for managing a team of commercial bankers to expand TD’s market share.
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Long before the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail came through, local businesses like Sunrift Adventures put TR on the map. Read this week's feature stories to learn more about the booming businesses in Travelers Rest.
PointCentral designed ‘to meet future needs of health care’
Denver-based global engineering firm CH2M will relocate its Upstate operations from Spartanburg to Greenville County, shifting 350 jobs by moving to a 70,000-square-foot facility off of Verdae Boulevard.
Grocery chain eyeing up to five Upstate locations
Not all of the construction projects in the West End of downtown Greenville are huge, multifamily projects. Smaller parcels of land are being snatched up and developed just as quickly, but tend to stay out of the spotlight.
Up to five Furman University pre-med students will be able to gain early admission to the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville under a new agreement announced Monday.
The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has named 60 participants for its 42nd class: Julie Accetta, Meals on Wheels of Greenville
Pipeline company, AG differ in law’s interpretation
$2M makeover attracts 100,000 SF in new leases in three Greenville office parks
After years of planning and longer-than-anticipated construction timelines, the repurposing of a former 84 Lumber building in Mauldin is almost complete.