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The firm recently expanded to a team of 20 employees, and now has two new locations with the opening of its new offices in Greenville this past year.
To secure a 5-star rating, the highest possible accolade, ranks Interim among a select few providers nationally.
Cumulatively, the Erwins have given more than $5 million to Clemson to further the university’s mission and vision.
To meet the anticipated demand, the company expects to hire 200 people in the area. Greenville is the first “Waitr” city in South Carolina.
TD Bank sponsored the 2017 Business & the Arts Partnership Awards, which were presented at the Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC) annual meeting.
According to grantee estimates, the project is expected to create 86 jobs, and spur more than $16 million in private investment.
McCoy will oversee the institute’s operations and collaborate with partners in academia and the private sector, encouraging ethics discussion on campus, in business, and in the community.
Milliken Specialty Interiors has joined the Sustainable Furnishings Council as a qualifying member, pending successful application for higher-level recognition.
The recipients are recognized for their business and community leadership.
Shipman will be responsible for helping drive the company’s business development efforts locally to expand The Hiring Group’s footprint across select industries.