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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.
When it comes to planes, trains, and automobiles, South Carolina boasts ample infrastructure: airports, seaports, and inland ports; rail lines; and more road mileage per capita than any other state. That’s not the problem. The Upstate’s predicament, a new study says, is popularity—with a contagious side effect: congestion.
Topics for the 2018 class included knowing your power and edge, cultivating power and voice, decision-making and adaptive leadership.
Cherokee County leaders recently welcomed a new addition to their community: the Upstate Corporate Park speculative building, the fruit of years of labor.
The sweet sounds of commercial real estate opportunities are ringing out across South Carolina.
Martin Alock may know more about the global transport of competition horses than anyone in the world. He’s the managing director of Peden Bloodstock, a renowned Germany-based horse logistics specialist. The firm’s mantra is “We Fly Horses,” and they’ve been doing it since 1947.
For the past six years, I have served Pendleton Place in a number of roles, ranging from accreditation consultant to associate executive director. In 2016, I provided temporary organizational leadership as the interim executive director, and as of May 17 of this year, I am humbled to move forward as the executive director after the Board of Directors implemented the agency’s succession plan.
Recent cybersecurity attacks and large-scale data breaches have permeated all facets of our lives, including politics. The fear of hacking has altered our perception of cybersecurity and, correspondingly, our use of passwords.
The Chinese Congress launched long-awaited administrative reform this past March. Prior to this, there were multiple versions that emerged in different circles for discussion, as well as for testing to see how much resistance there might be against another round of administrative reform.
The General Assembly adjourned on May 10 (for now). The initial reports from Columbia were that “nothing” was accomplished by the General Assembly this year. However, over the two-year session, the Upstate business community’s two biggest priorities–infrastructure funding and workforce expansion–were passed by the General Assembly.
The City of Greenville will receive a Bronze Award for its Automated Collection System.