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#YeahTHATAgenda: Lazy Goat Chef Named Chef Ambassador, Sunday Liquor Sales, Secret Nuclear Shipments, North Chas Mayor's Angry Message to Norfolk Southern

Feb 01, 2019 07:34AM ● By Chris Haire
ICYMI: South Carolina Business Awards has opened nominations for the S.C. 25 Fastest Growing Companies of 2019 competition. Now in its 18th year, this competition recognizes the achievements of top-performing private and publicly-owned companies that have contributed to South Carolina’s economy through exceptional increases in revenues and employment. The S.C. 25 Fastest Growing Companies was founded as a way to honor the state’s most dynamic businesses and their contributions to our state’s economic vitality.

To be eligible for the S.C. 25 Fastest Growing Companies Award, the company must be headquartered in South Carolina, be in business for at least three years, and show revenues of more than $3 million. They are judged on the growth of their income over the last three years and the growth of their employment and pre-taxed income. These measurements portray positive change and true growth in any company without regard to industry and position everyone to vie for a prestigious spot among South Carolina's Top 25 Fastest Growing Companies.

For more information regarding South Carolina Business Awards and to nominate a company, please visit

Colliers International doubles down in the Upstate (Upstate Business Journal)

Tensions flare in SC State House over proposal to allow liquor sales on Sunday (The State)

Developer to pay half of road widening cost  (Spartanburg Herald-Journal)

What's Ahead in 2019

Cherington Love Shucker | Greenville Center for Creative Arts | Executive Director

"I think that Greenville County will continue to invest in creating connected communities that provide access to all citizens and empower the whole community to make Greenville a great place to work, live, and thrive!"

The Wire
The Lazy Goat's Tania Harris Named 2019 SC Chef Ambassador

Table 301 Catering To Craft Menus For Greenville Rooftop Venue, Avenue

The DRÄXLMAIER Group Is Holding A Professional Job Fair Tues. Feb. 5

$7.4 Million Loan Closed For Multifamily Acquisition And Renovation In Columbia

Charleston County Aviation Authority Places Bonds To Support $88 Million, 3,000-Space Parking Garage

Gene Reed Jr. Donates $5 Million To MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital

50 Most Influential
Ghisela Eljach
InSouth Magazine
Chief Business Officer

A native of Barranquilla, Colombia, Ghisela Eljach has made a tremendous impact in the Greenville community. She has worked closely with several nonprofits, and most noteworthy in her work in raising scholarship funds for minorities. 

Additionally, she has been active in the fashion and beauty industry for almost 15 years. As the chief business officer of InSouth Magazine, Eljach works closely with clients, team members, and the community to grow herself both personally and professionally while helping others around her grow and flourish.