TopTec Event Tents recently launched a new company division, Inflate-AIRmerica, in partnership Inflate, a U.K. design and production firm specializing in creating inflatable structures for immersive brand and event experiences.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. (Ogletree Deakins) expanded in the Pacific Northwest by opening an office in Seattle.
Ridesharing service Uber expanded its operations in Greenville by offering UberXL.
J M Smith Corporation, based in Spartanburg, acquired the products and services of Integra, and will manage them as a subsidiary of the J M Smith Corporation known as Integra LTC Solutions LLC.
Stesso LLC, a Greenville-based apparel startup, launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to introduce their inaugural sock collection and gather sufficient funds to meet initial manufacturing costs.
SCRA Technology Ventures’ SC Launch program invested $200,000 in Greenville-based Servosity, which recently moved into NEXT on Main.
In her role as vice president of worldwide marketing at Scansource, an international distributor of specialty technology products, Christy Thompson leads marketing and branding efforts for 25 offices with 2,200 employees across North America, South America and Europe. But in her role as children’s health advocate, she is honored if her family’s story reaches just one family who is struggling with a pediatric diagnosis.
“By bringing high-speed Internet to our community, we put our region ahead of the curve,” Allen Smith, president & CEO of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, said in a release. “Technology puts Spartanburg on the road to success by fostering new jobs, new opportunities, and increased economic development.”
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Brian and Nicole Cendrowski of Croxbone (pronounced “cross bone”) Brewing Company are back. After several years of amped-up homebrewing in Tampa, Fla., the couple, who lived in the area for several years, has returned to the Upstate and is working to launch a new brewery. To go with the new location is a new name: Fireforge Crafted Beer.
Milliken & Company acquired the assets of Ontera Modular Carpets Pty Ltd, an Australian-based subsidiary of Cavalier Corporation Limited.
A local developer hopes to revitalize the property, which also housed Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol offices until the site closed in 2008, with a mixed-use project that would include apartments, retail, office and access to the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail.
South Carolina’s talent for downtown revitalization is making waves, but this time not just for the city of Greenville.
Anderson incubator E-Merge @ the Garage graduated its first business boot camp cohort, which include startups aimed at challenges in healthcare, fitness, dining and energy.
The tastes and smells of several European countries will soon come to Greenville when European Market, a specialty grocery store and deli, opens on Woodruff Road.
The Village of West Greenville has long been designated one of Greenville’s food deserts, with local residents having no nearby access to fresh foods. That’s about to change when the new Mill Village Market by Mill Community Ministries opens in early November.