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Monday, October 22, 2018

Second Class A industrial spec project announced for Augusta Grove Business...

Augusta Grove, an industrial business park in Greenville County, announced on Oct. 3 the start of construction of a second Class A, speculative industrial building, with the goal of attracting more major business to the area. Based on the leasing momentum in the Augusta Grove Business Park and the success of the 1610 Old Grove […]

Hartness featured in annual Upstate Parade of Homes as ‘Signature Community’

The event is an exclusive tour of 15 newly constructed private residences throughout Greenville and takes place over two weekends, Oct. 12-14 and 19-21.

Hughes Development vice president receives commercial real estate award

Vice president of Hughes Development Corporation, Jayne McCall was recently honored for her 36-year success in commercial real estate.

Richard Hagins elected board chairman of Greenville Chamber of Commerce

Hagins will serve as chairman-elect throughout the next year.

BMW program introduces Upstate students to advanced manufacturing

The “Driving Stem” program provides students with an inside look at how the German-based manufacturer builds vehicles using robotics and other advanced manufacturing techniques

Fluor Joint Venture secures $14B contract to build LNG Canada facility

The company will help design and build a processing plant in British Columbia, where natural gas will be liquified for overseas export.

Green Cloud expands headquarters with $7.8M investment

The company’s $7.8 million investment expected to create about 50 new jobs over the next five years.

Spartanburg Community College opens Center for Sustainable Agriculture

The program aims to train the next generation of agribusiness entrepreneurs.

Lockheed Martin loses $9.2B contract to build trainer jets in Greenville

The Maryland-based aerospace and defense company had proposed to build four aircraft per month at its facility in southern Greenville County.

Is Your Business Compliant with the New South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations...

By Andy Satterfield, Jackson Lewis, P.C. The South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act became effective May 17, 2018, with a deadline of September 14, 2018 for compliance with the Act’s notice provisions. The Act requires employers with at least 15 employees to provide reasonable accommodations to employees for pregnancy, childbirth, or other related medical conditions (including […]

Hilton Greenville now managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts

Crescent Hotels & Resorts is an award-winning, nationally recognized operator of major hotels, resorts, and conference centers under the brands Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, and IHG throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.

STORY joins Endeavor as newest private office member

STORY LLC, a creative agency providing digital design, marketing services, and business consulting, chose Endeavor for its new location. Endeavor is a membership-based, co-working community for creative individuals and companies, marketing professionals, and others. STORY became its newest private office member. “We wanted a space that complemented the caliber of work our team produces and […]

Time To Get Serious About Your Company’s Data?

Hurricane Florence slammed into the North Carolina coast causing billions of dollars of damage and taking several lives. This time, the Upstate of South Carolina got lucky. If you are a business owner in this area, you should know that data loss occurs every day. Not just during a natural disaster. Hurricanes, Earthquakes, and Fires […]

Element to open Anderson facility, create 31 new jobs

Element Materials Technology plans to open a new facility in Anderson County. The materials and product qualification testing company is investing $3.4 million in the facility which expects to create 31 new jobs. The 30,000-square-foot facility will be located at 1370 Shiloh Church Road in Piedmont. To assist Anderson County with building improvement costs, the […]

Technology, innovation drive local manufacturers to become smarter, more data-driven enterprises

By Chris Yarrow Co-founder and managing partner, The Hiring Group The marketplace of the 21st century is evolving into one of merging national markets, fragmented consumer markets, and rapidly changing product technologies. Manufacturing is a key part of the DNA of the Upstate, but manufacturing is no longer just about making physical products. Technology and innovation […]

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