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Veteran Resource Groups can engage all employees – not just those...

By Robyn Grable, founder, Service to Civilian Did you know that only 33 percent of employees in the United States are engaged in their jobs, according to Gallup’s 2017 State of the American Workplace report? In fact, employee engagement increased only 3 percent from 2012 to 2016. Yet employee engagement is critical to a company’s […]

Small and mid-sized companies are the new targets of business email...

By Belton Zeigler, partner, Womble Bond Dickinson   Meet Peter — a longtime employee and the backbone of your business’s day-to-day finance and accounting operations. Today he got an email from the CEO, Meredith: “Peter, I hope Joyce is doing better; I know her illness has been a strain on your family. As you know, […]

5 times you shouldn’t hire a PR firm

By John Boyanoski, president and owner, Complete Public Relations This is going to sound strange, but I am about to tell you why you shouldn’t hire me or my business. As a guy who runs a public relations firm, I can honestly say that not everyone needs a public relations firm on retainer all the […]

The Anchorage named 2018 Semifinalist for Best New Restaurant by James...

The Anchorage in the Village of West Greenville, 586 Perry Ave., has officially put Greenville as a restaurant destination on the map. Led by executive...

Electrolux to move Frigidaire production to Anderson

Leading global appliance company Electrolux recently announced its $250 million investment to expand production at its refrigeration facility in Anderson. Electrolux employs 2,000 people at the Anderson plant, making it one of the county’s largest employers. As of now, jobs will not be added as a result of this expansion, but the production in the […]

Tail Lights Dogs to expand Greenville dog-training facility

Tail Lights Dogs is planning to add more than 3,000 additional square feet to their current dog-training facility in early spring. A growing dog community in Greenville prompted the upcoming expansion. Owner Stephanie Brooks said that Tail Lights Dogs’ fun training classes received an overwhelming response last year. “With the additional space, we will be […]

Greenville Country Club announces 2018 board of governors

The Greenville Country Club recently named Matthew Smith, director at Elliott Davis LLC, its club president. The 2018 board of governors were also elected at the annual meeting. Club officers serve under the president for a one-year term, while new at-large members of the board serve a three-year term. Prior to becoming president, Smith served […]

Through Make Greenville Yours, Mike Cruice is showing potential residents what...

Imagine that you’ve spent a lot of time living in your old town and have decided to move somewhere new, somewhere fresh. You hear about a city called Greenville in South Carolina and decide to check it out. You pull into town, get out of your car, take a fresh breath of air, and … […]

New yoga studio opens in Village of West Greenville this weekend

A light-bulb moment during a meditation conference gave Katie Hughes the inspiration to renovate the building at 1270 Pendleton St., Greenville, she owned into Indigo Flow & Art, which opens Saturday, Feb. 17. “I bought it in 2014 but didn’t know what to do with it,” Hughes says. Next door, at 1272 Pendleton St., Hughes’ […]

Newest renderings for the AC Hotel submitted to DRB

The most recent renderings for the proposed AC Hotel by Marriott in the Camperdown development at 305 S. Main St. have been submitted to the City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel. The application for a certificate of appropriateness for the Auro Hotels project cites changes to the rooftop feature that was previously approved; […]

R&B icon Mavis Staples’ messages of kindness and understanding continue to...

Since Mavis Staples began using her powerful, soulful voice as part of The Staple Singers in the early 1960s, she has sung about making...

For ‘Brooklyn country’ band The Lone Bellow, moving to Nashville was...

  When the Brooklyn, N.Y., trio The Lone Bellow released their self-titled debut album in 2013, it garnered some serious buzz and critical acclaim. The...

Small plates with Ariel Turner

Encore, encore The former American Grocery restaurant space at 732 S. Main St. has a new tenant — Encore Gastrolounge. But they aren’t at all...

Southern Foodways Alliance guest chef dinner highlights history of Southern cuisine

To fully embrace your food, you need to know the narrative, says John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA) since its...

Herring Chamber Ensemble concert features music to console, celebrate life and...

The Herring Chamber Ensemble, the chamber choral group composed of Greenville Chorale members, will present a three-part program for the two performances of their...

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