Greenville entrepreneur Vivian Wong has launched a new manufacturing venture into one of the largest markets in the world, China. The company – BabyBlossom – leverages North America’s manufacturing reputation with plans to export non-toxic, baby-safe products just as China phases out its 1970s one-child policy.
Having coached leaders throughout South Carolina and the world, Sofield has gained something of a backstage pass to see what happens inside organizations, and inside the minds and hearts of people who have to talk to the public. She is a multifaceted entrepreneur and author, with guest lecturer positions at Ivy League schools.
Experts say the future of education is inextricably tied to technology. Greenville’s Encore Technology Group makes its profits in the places where the two meet, literally.
With an 88 percent failure rate in clinical trials on humans, the world of pharmaceuticals could use some improvement. KIYATEC addresses this and other testing issues with technology that allows living cells to be studied in a state that more closely mimics the human body.
Ever since his dad put a sawed-off 3-wood in his hand at age 3, Brad Powell has been a passionate golfer. After graduating from Clemson with a master’s degree in entrepreneurship and innovation, Powell saw a business opportunity to help the golf industry, which he says is struggling with technology, marketing and branding.