Think creative types don’t need to know anything about business? Think again

To prepare for an art exhibit is to prepare for the opening of a brand new pop-up business, except that your business has a lifespan of one day.

Lessons learned from the guy who walked into a bar

It’s the story of a good deed with a positive result. But it could just as easily have turned out far differently, which means there are some lessons to be learned.

The Man at the Hub

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.

Spartanburg County tourism officials unveil digital tour of local agricultural destinations

The Spartanburg Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) announced it has launched Grown in Spartanburg, a mobile-friendly website that features local farms, food stands, and farmers’ markets.

Entrepreneurs behind Greenville’s Atlas Local are cultivating community, not co-working

It’s not just another co-work space, say the founders — it’s an impactful community of thinkers and doers.

Creativity goes to work

Creativity is a valuable element of fun that makes work interesting and allows us to excel in our chosen pursuits.

BMW’s Spartanburg plant remains nation’s top automotive exporter

BMW said the plant’s exports were valued at $9.53 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce, confirming it as the country’s leading car exporter in terms of value for a third consecutive year.

Startup tech company Sencorables plans $3.5M investment in Greenville

Major carpet and mat makers are testing the people-sensing material now, and Sencorables expects to begin selling its product for the first time in less than 60 days.

Startup tech company Sencorables plans $3.5M investment in Greenville

Major carpet and mat makers are testing the people-sensing material now, and Sencorables expects to begin selling its product for the first time in less than 60 days.

Greenville sports technology and ticketing startup is expanding

BANDWAGON raises more than $300,000 in latest fundraising round. The company plans to expand to all Power Five conference schools.

Whaling and other phish tales

Also known as CEO fraud, whaling is a new and very successful high-stakes cyberscam that preys on a vulnerability every business has, regardless of IT acumen or budget — human nature.

Pet Projects: Michelle Higdon has found her natural niche

With a passion for animals, Michelle Higdon guides founders to the next level

SC gains more than 1,000 solar jobs in 2016

National Solar Jobs Census finds solar employment increased in 44 of the 50 states, grew by 25 percent nationwide.

Spartanburg businesswoman expanding yoga concept Zen Studios

Lisa Muehlenbein, owner of Zen Studios, has signed a six-year lease on a 2,700-square-foot space beside her current 2,200-square-foot location at 1040 Fernwood-Glendale Road suite 58 at Hillcrest shopping center.

Leading a Multigenerational Work Force

This is the first time in human history that we have the active participation of four distinct generations in the workplace.