Keep your eye on these enterprises in the coming year as they carve out their space in the Upstate and beyond.
Retiring after four decades at J M Smith, CEO Bill Cobb saw the beginning of the tech boom and helped mold Spartanburg into a modern city.
It's not just another co-work space, say the founders — it's an impactful community of thinkers and doers.
Thomas Parker’s influence spread from Monaghan Mill to the Greenville library system
We caught up for a conversation recently with partner and chief administrative officer Scott Moore.
The digital-age demise of the print media has been greatly exaggerated
“I've always been fascinated by learning,” Welling says. "That's what I am into the most and it will take me on interesting routes. I get interested in something new. And I like the sense of discovery. So I am constantly seeking out new things to discover."
Geordy Johnson came home to become CEO of his family business, and continue his parents’ passion for improving quality of life in Spartanburg
Five years ago, Mary Walsh and Jacqueline Oliver quit their jobs and started the Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery – today, their business is growing along with the local food movement they helped spark.
With Clutch, Clemson graduate Melissa Clampitt has the growing gun accessory market in her sights
UBJ recently caught up with Kay to talk about his experiences, downtown Anderson, upcoming additions to The Bleckley and the city he calls home.
After running on a dare, Roberts sees his plan for city coming to fruition
Nearly 150 names were put forward for consideration by the Who’s Who panel, a worthy representation of the talent at work in the Upstate.
27 individuals who have made considerable contributions to the Upstate – and whose work in the future will be well worth keeping an eye on.
Todd Horne's numerous connections turned out in droves to vote for him via social media to be named the Who’s Who Wild Card. Learn more about the 2016 Who's Who Wildcard winner.