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The Rutherford announces opening

Sep 11, 2017 ● By Kathleen Maris

The Rutherford has hosted signature events that include Euphoria’s “Tapas and Tinis” as well as Greenville Business Magazine’s Corporate Tuesday networking event.

Fast Food, Farm-fresh

Sep 08, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Elev8 is the Upstate’s first farm-fresh fast-food restaurant and meal-delivery service. In its first year, the fast-growing company has cooked up six-digit gross revenues, with a 92 percent retention rate among their 103 customers. Diners order online before picking up fully cooked meals from half a dozen locations all over town or from the commercial kitchen Elev8 rents in the Village of West End.

Every Dog Has Its Day

Sep 08, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Those who say a hobby can never become a career have obviously never met Connie Cleveland. Her part-time side gig is now a company, Dog Trainers Workshop, that boasts four full-time and six part-time employees. Still, the transition from dog trainer to business owner was a something of a shock.

Brewing a Business

Aug 31, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

Brian says that he plans to do a lot of experimental work with spices, herbs, fruits, and historical styles of beer, unlike any others on the market.

Jumping on the BANDWAGON

Aug 31, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

BANDWAGON is currently in the middle of selling football tickets. When college basketball begins in October/November, they’ll switch to that.

Sencorables: Tech Company Solves Security Problems

Aug 01, 2017 ● By Emily Stevenson

“It’s an easier and more accurate system than we’re putting into buildings today,” says Biesheuvel.

A Good Attitude: Uruguay natives build thriving taekwondo school in the Upstate

Jun 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Most people can’t fathom moving to a new country not knowing the language. Even more challenging is opening a successful business in that country. Lorena Ausa is not most people.

Software Firm Targets Behavior Health Care

May 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

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.

Pure Genius

Apr 04, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

We’ve all seen them: The ads for medications that seem to have more side effects than actual effects. Seemingly every drug has a litany of possible negative consequences to go along with whatever help they’re supposed to give. Do you ever wonder why these side effects exist or where they come from? Drs. Scott Husson and Jinxiang Zhou can tell you at least one of the common causes: impurities.

In the Spirit(s): Mainstreaming Moonshine

Mar 01, 2017 ● By Makayla Gay

Moonshine. White Lightning. Hooch. White Whiskey. Corn Liquor. Homebrew. Mountain Dew. ‘Shine. If you’re from the South, no doubt you’ve heard of it or may have even known someone who used to make it, though you’d probably never own up to the fact publicly. Until now.

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