As of May 25, 2018, the European Union’s data protection law known as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect.
El Thrifty, a new Mexican cantina and upscale gaming concept developed by the former executive chef of Charleston’s acclaimed Indaco and a restaurant developer from Atlanta, will open in late fall 2018 along the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Greenville at 25 Delano Drive.
Video job interviews are quickly becoming a widespread practice in the business world today.
Greenville County residents know Atlanta-based developer RocaPoint Partners vision for a redeveloped County Square.
I’ve heard from many business owners recently that business is good. Sales continue growing, pushing up revenue and hopefully profitability too.
In June, more than 100 Upstate business leaders gathered for the Upstate Global Competitiveness Council’s Grow Your Business through Global Connections event.
Play-by-play of Upstate careers
Alabama-inspired counter-service restaurant Moe’s Original Bar B Que will be open for business in Greenville on Monday, July 16.
Technology is the central gear that enables the rest of the business engine to turn. That makes it just as important as having a business plan or a marketing department.
Halsey M. Cook Jr. will take over as the company’s next president and CEO on Sept. 1.
May marked the eighth consecutive month of growing passenger and cargo traffic at the airport.
The textile company’s $2.4 million investment is expected to create 50 new jobs.
The Charleston-based company is investing $30 million in the projects.
The 34,928-square-foot facility will be located in the former Bloom grocery store site at 901 Holland Road in Simpsonville.
Synthomer will expand its operations at 200 Railroad St. in Roebuck by installing a new production reactor and equipment.