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.
John Warren has found his military experience to be invaluable as his business grows, influencing everything from how he hires to his focus on evolving and innovating. Learn more about the 2016 Who's Who Closer.
For Minor Mickel Shaw, business, economic development and philanthropy are in her DNA. Learn more about the 2016 Who's Who Legend winner.
As ScanSource prepares to mark a quarter century in business, UBJ sat down with CEO Mike Baur to get his take on the successful company he helped build. Learn more about the 2016 Who's Who Company winner.
Pamela Evette's company has experienced revenue growth of nearly $300 million over the past three years, making it a nearly $1 billion enterprise. Learn more about the 2016 Who's Who Boss winner.
UBJ sat down with Peter Barth, the 2016 Who's Who Entrepreneur winner, to learn more about how he got to where he is and his vision for the future.
“I still have a lot to learn, but that’s the most fun thing about this job,” he said. “I learn something every day.” Get to know the 2016 Who's Who Young Gun winner, Robert Hughes III.
Walt Wilkins, 13th Circuit Solicitor and former U.S. Attorney for South Carolina, is a “young gun.”
CEO and Broker-in-Charge, NAI Earle Furman
You might be inclined to label Toby Stansell, COO of AcumenIT, as a technology guy. But you would be missing a lot.
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