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The Vehicle Assembly Center is a collaboration of CU-ICAR, Greenville Technical College, BMW Manufacturing, and Siemens.
Brokers from Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine’s Greenville and Spartanburg offices recently represented the following area real estate transactions for January of 2018.
With this project, Zeus is expected to create an additional 51 jobs in Aiken.
Tim Lincolnhol, Scott Presley, and Ginger King will lead Oconee Federal’s Greater Greenville office.
Watrous has more than 21 years of experience in human resources, change management, and talent development.
The SC Technical College System and ECPI University will closely examine and improve transfer functions to expand and encourage access for students who complete an associate in arts, science or applied science degree at one of the state's 16 technical colleges to an approved baccalaureate program offered at ECPI University.
SCBIO will host a half-day program March 14, 2018 -- South Carolina Life Sciences Boot Camp: Essentials of a Growing Industry – to inform and update businesses and professionals from across the state on opportunities, trends and issues facing South Carolina’s fastest-growing industry segment.
This partnership will allow customers to order food from five different SPINX locations in the Upstate through the Bite Squad website or app. The orders will be delivered in one of Bite Squad’s eco-friendly vehicles.
The TREE Award consists of an unrestricted $20,000 award sent to the awardee’s institution on behalf of the recipient’s educational and scholarly work.
For the eighth consecutive year, the State of South Carolina set a record for total export sales in 2017.