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Missouri-based engineering firm expanding to Greenville

Burns & McDonnell plans to occupy a 2,300-square-foot office space at 124 Verdae Blvd. and hire about 50 local employees within the next three years, according to a news release.

Chance meeting of neighbors leads to formation of County Square development...

You never know what an impromptu chat with your neighbor will lead to. In the case of Mike Kiriakides, principal with KDS Commercial Properties, meeting...

Camperdown will help spark more downtown change

It’s nowhere near completion. But Camperdown, the “live, work, play” development spearheaded by Centennial American Properties at South Main and East Broad streets in...

TruColor acquires Greenville Office Supply print division

TruColor plans to onboard all employees from the print division of Greenville Office Supply.

SCRA announces new SC Launch client companies

Participating companies receive mentoring and other support services and may also be eligible to receive grant funds or investments.

Greenville-based investment firm VentureSouth set for another record year

The firm announced last week that it has invested more than $5.2 million in 15 companies across the Southeast this year, surpassing the total of $4.5 million invested for all of 2017.

Riley Institute names Wilkins Award winners

The winners will be recognized at the 14th annual awards ceremony and dinner, which will be held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on Tuesday, Jan. 9.

TruColor acquires division of competitor Greenville Office Supply

TruColor, a family-owned printing business in Greenville, purchased Greenville Office Supply’s print division, making it the company’s seventh acquisition. With similar clientele and company...

Green Cloud secures investment from Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group

Green Cloud Technologies recently received a financial investment from Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group (GSSLG). The investment is the largest in the seven-year history...

Redevelopment projects accelerate in Spartanburg’s Northside

After years of planning, a spate of community-development projects is coming to life this fall in Spartanburg’s Northside neighborhood. Positioned along a half-mile stretch of...

Inc. 5000 winners in the Upstate just keep on truckin’

The week of Sept. 16 stands as a pivotal one on the calendar at UCW Logistics, the full-load freight broker that helps businesses ship,...

In pursuit of balance: With careful planning, Greenville will enjoy a...

By Caleb C. Freeman How fortunate we are in Greenville and Upstate South Carolina to have a robust economy. New companies from around the world are...

Uncommn acquires Marketing Partners, opens new Greenville location

Uncommn recently acquired Marketing Partners Inc. to become Uncommn Marketing Partners operating out of its new East North Street office in downtown Greenville. Established in...

Duke Energy announces plans for new renewable energy program in South...

Duke Energy Corp. is looking to expand renewable energy options for its commercial and industrial customers in South Carolina. The Charlotte-based utility recently proposed...

Spartanburg Community College launches new speaker series with First Citizens Bank

Spartanburg Community College has partnered with First Citizens Bank to host a Professional Speaker Series at the college’s downtown campus. Designed to introduce students...

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