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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

The Economic Forecast: Mostly Blue Sky in 2019

2019 may be the last full year in which Upstate business leaders are bullish. They intend to waste no time making hay while the...

Entrepreneurs, small business play critical role in economic success

By Dean Hybl, executive director, Ten at the Top When we think about the economy in the Upstate or across the country, we often focus...

Elevate Upstate grant winners announced

The Ninety-Six Mill Village Association and Spontaneous Productions have been named the winners of the 2017 Hughes Investments Elevate Upstate Community Vibrancy Grants.

Construction begins on spec building in Spartanburg

Dallas-based Courtland Development recently announced that it has purchased more than 100 acres of land on Fort Prince Road in Spartanburg to construct a new speculative building.

Turning a Corner: Spartanburg’s iconic Montgomery Building reopens in grand style

Spartanburg's revered Montgomery Building, filled with memories, is again open to the public. After nearly two years of restoration and updating, the 94-year-old building at...

The art of the deal: How Serendipity Labs came to be

Abandoned brownfield to create upscale workforce By Julie Franklin Did you know that the term "serendipity," meaning the occurrence of events by chance in a beneficial...

Spartanburg Chamber announces new corporate recruitment initiative

The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce is embarking on a new, long-term strategy to increase the marketability and competitiveness of Spartanburg County as a...

Ten at the Top wins award for improving life in S.C.

Ten at the Top (TATT), a collaborative effort that addresses key issues in the Upstate, was recently recognized for improving the quality of life in...

Greenville Chamber of Commerce adds human resources services for members

The InstantHR platform provides small businesses with resources such as toolkits, templates, instructional videos, as well as regular updates and personalized assistance.

ScanSource reports net sales increase for Q1 2019

The company’s net sales over the quarter increased by 5 percent to $972.9 million.

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.

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