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#YeahTHATAgenda: Canal Insurance Celebrates 80 Years, Frontier Expands GSP to Denver Flights, Cannabis Drinks Taste Bad

Mar 12, 2019 07:20AM ● By Chris Haire
Ten At The Top's Annual Young Professional Conference, PIQUE, to be held March 25: In the spirit of the group's modus operandi of promoting regional collaboration, Ten At The Top's annual PIQUE conference aims to bring together young professionals from across the 10 county Upstate to help them make connections and to learn more about the business world.

Workshops will cover developing executive courage, moving up the ladder, and the differences between millennials, boomers, and Xers.

The event will be held at the Greenville ONE Center. Tickets are $25. You can register here.


Canal Insurance Company Celebrates Its 80th Anniversary With 80 Acts Of Community Service And $80,000 In Donations (Cision)

Frontier Airlines doubling service from GSP to Denver (Greenville News)

    Snipr raises $50M to use CRISPR to modulate the microbiome (FierceBioTech)


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    Dr. Nick Rigas serves as associate vice president of strategic initiatives and executive director of the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville. 

    Similar to his prior role leading Clemson’s Restoration Institute (CURI) in North Charleston, Rigas is a key driver of the university’s corporate engagement initiatives to foster the continued growth and success of South Carolina’s advanced technology industries. 

    Rigas supports Clemson’s recently launched Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CAM), the centerpiece of the university’s commitment to education, research, innovation, and workforce development in support of one of the state’s most critical sectors. 

    Several CAM entities are based out of CU-ICAR, including the Clemson Vehicle Assembly Center, a research hub featuring a prototype assembly line; the Clemson Composites Center focused on advanced materials; and Deep Orange, a two-year student-built vehicle prototype program that has partnered with global leaders such as BMW, ExxonMobil, General Motors, Honda R&D Americas, Toyota, Mazda, and MINI.