Spartanburg’s new Downtown Development Partnership (DDP) on Friday, Dec. 1, announced it has hired Kimberly Bush as an analyst.
Bush will be responsible for providing technical assistance and analysis of real estate information, assisting with real estate project due diligence for internal and external parties, and building and maintaining a database of downtown property information.
She will also help guide digital lead generation strategies for downtown development opportunities, according to the partnership.
“Kimberly brings an expertise and consistency to our data processes that is vital to the continued efforts in Downtown Spartanburg,” said Jansen Tidmore, executive vice president of DDP, in a statement.
“By creating a clean baseline of data, we are able to measure our efforts at a quantitative level in order to maximize our efforts,” Tidmore added. “This type of approach is instrumental for strategic and sustainable growth. We are excited to add another great team member with such a strong skillset and understanding of downtown development.”
DDP, which was launched in May, is one of the central recommendations of the community’s economic and cultural development strategy, OneSpartanburg, that kicked off in January.
The partnership is an affiliate program of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce.
Bush, who is a native of Greer, previously served as a business analyst with Evicore Healthcare in Beaufort.
She earned a degree in industrial engineering from Clemson University.