Smart Sitters, founded in 2010 by two Furman University graduates, is a Greenville-based babysitting placement agency that offers a variety of child care services — including occasional care (morning, afternoon, evening); overnight care; seasonal care (summer and/or school year); and full-time nannying — for parents in Greenville and nearby areas.
Brian Brady takes the lead role at the GreenHouse in the George Dean Johnson Jr. College of Business and Economics
We’re grateful for our member investors who put their experience and insights to work each month evaluating and offering valuable feedback to promising startups… and providing them perhaps the most scarce resource in our market – risk capital.
The GoSpiro Program graduated 12 participants from its eight-session, 16-week program this month. Formerly known as SEED, the certificate program of Clemson University focuses on helping entrepreneurs and business owners in the small to mid-size business space use their existing experience to bolster and build their businesses.
Zach Etkind’s Suiseys – half-suits, half-jerseys – are poised to make a major play for Upstate college sports fans
Twenty-eight year old Zach Etkind is a character study. Like his trademarked, collegiate-licensed funky Suisey Fanwear – or half-suits, half-jerseys – he’s an exhibition of curiously juxtaposed features. UBJ sat down with Etkind to tell the story of how Suisey Fanwear has grown to fulfilling e-commerce custom orders, and batch manufacturing and importing collegiate-licensed apparel.