South Carolina has been an attractive location for siting call centers over the past few years. Greenville has participated in this success and is home to about 40 call centers of various sizes.
Preferring to keep production numbers private, Mitchell says Billiam produced “thousands” of pairs of jeans in 2016, but he notes that production usually ranges from 50 to 150 pairs a week.
When Mark Essex graduated from Clemson with a computer science degree, he and his wife, Karen, moved to Atlanta to pursue job opportunities. She took a position as a methadone counselor in a clinic operated entirely on pen and paper with no computer system.
Roughly 1.6 million people traveled to or within South Carolina to view the total solar eclipse last month. Their hotel bookings and other travel expenditures left an estimated $269 million economic impact across the state, making the eclipse the largest single tourist event on record in South Carolina.
The Greenville Chamber's leadership has elected Phillip A. Kilgore to chair its board of directors in 2019.
The bad actors (criminals) on the other side of cyberspace are multiplying and increasing their efficiencies too.
The funds are part of a larger $20 million NSF grant that harnesses the collective research and expertise of 10 state universities and launches MADE in SC.
With the EPSCoR grant, MADE in SC is committed to hiring 17 new researchers over five years at five institutions.
Eugenia Duke: A Centennial Celebration is on display until January 7, 2018 at the Upcountry History Museum - Furman University.
The last 10 years represent a period of significant change for the motor carrier industry. Increased federal regulation, rising jury awards, the general economic recession, fuel cost volatility, and an acute driver shortage all converged in the past decade to challenge the trucking industry and also impact the insurance companies which support it.