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Monday, May 20, 2019

Billiam, Greenville’s artisanal jeans maker, reshapes itself

From the textile looms of yesteryear to the automation found in today’s industrial plants, the Upstate’s economy has evolved and progressed as a result...

After reimagining itself, EP+Co experiences most successful run of client growth...

Since 2015, the company has experienced its most successful run of client growth in its 32-year history.

Ferebee Lane marketing with distinction

By Stephanie Trotter If you walk fast, you might miss it: an understated glass door sandwiched between Aloft and Caviar & Bananas, in the heart...

Mexican Snacks Producer Moves First U.S. Plant to the Upstate

Century-old Cardín Foods Inc. almost didn’t set up shop in the Upstate. Last year, the 106-year-old family business based in the Yucatan city of Mérida...

McMillan Pazdan Smith celebrates 25 years of corporate, community growth

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture of Greenville share a 25-year journey of growth and success with the city's downtown.  Joe Pazdan and Brad Smith met while...

MAP Agency works to bring women back into workforce

Nichelle Harrison is all too familiar with the obstacles women face when trying to enter the workforce after taking time off. Harrison left her...

Scott Green finds unreached labor pool to fill local job market

The idea Upstate entrepreneur Scott Green ran a successful staffing agency for about five years. Eventually, Green sold his agency and brainstormed for his next...

Nerd Out: Greenville entrepreneur Rob Young is building a haven for...

Young's shop Borderlands Comics and Games specializes in old and new comics, graphic novels, card games, board games, T-shirts, and posters.

Merl Code says parents’ example spurred his community service work

When Code, a former professional football player, got involved in community work in Greenville, the city to which he moved in 1971, focusing on diversity and inclusion was natural.

Anne Ellefson works to help Upstate families, children

During Anne Ellefson’s nearly 40-year career, she has touched many aspects of Greenville.

Brad Wyche left his law firm behind 20 years ago to...

Wyche is the founder of Upstate Forever, a Greenville-based conservation organization.

This local agtech startup wants you to forget everything you know...

Tyger River Smart Farm grows a variety of lettuces, chard, kale, and basil through the use of hydroponics — the method of cultivating plants without soil by instead using a nutrient-rich solution to deliver water and minerals to their roots.

Jefferson Awards Foundation names 2018 Change Makers

The Jefferson Awards Foundation recently announced its 2018 class of Change Makers. The Jefferson Awards Foundation recognizes national public figures for their significant contributions to...

Tail Lights Dogs to expand Greenville dog-training facility

Tail Lights Dogs is planning to add more than 3,000 additional square feet to their current dog-training facility in early spring. A growing dog community...

Through Make Greenville Yours, Mike Cruice is showing potential residents what...

Imagine that you’ve spent a lot of time living in your old town and have decided to move somewhere new, somewhere fresh. You hear...

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