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Greenville Business Magazine keeps abreast of all enterprises, sharing news of the people and businesses behind the start-ups, relocations, mergers and acquisitions and developments as they occur. We explore the operations and philosophies of featured companies on a regular basis, highlighting their practices and successes to prove the value of community dynamism. We also offer a broad perspective on the business climate from folks in the know, people moving up and awards received, granting our readers a practical, experienced outlook.
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Subsidiary Teijin Carbon Fibers says it plans to invest $600 million and create 220 jobs by 2030.
The Simpsonville store will offer locally-made products from South Carolina-based companies, including Black Mountain Chocolate, Bee Well Honey Farm, Hampton Acres, and Slawsa.
Santee Cooper recently approved a $3.25 million loan for an industrial building at the Hunter Industrial Park and a $385,000 grant to help provide critical infrastructure at the Clinton 26 Commerce Park.
Candidates for the awards must show evidence of undergraduate student mentoring, professional development of students mentored, and also demonstrate the impact and success of those efforts.
The company's $2.2 million investment is projected to create 20 new jobs over the next five years.
With the addition of these three new builds, HOPE International expects impact to jump to 25,000 families annually.
Over the weekend, Greenville Literacy will welcome approximately 15,000 shoppers to choose from more than 140,000 books.
Nashville strums with musicians, Silicon Valley geeks out with software nerds, and the Research Triangle is an R&D powerhouse. And Greenville? Spend time with Thang Nguyen and Brooks Hafner, and you’ll get a glimpse at just how much the Upstate is powered by engineers.
Glen Raven has been a stalwart of U.S. textile manufacturing since it was founded in the 1880s. It has evolved through the decades to stay ahead of the ever-changing industry. The privately-held North Carolina-headquartered company is owned by the Gant family. One of the biggest recent changes is at the top, where, for the first time, someone outside the family is CEO.