The Buzz: April showers

You would think that the tornado that touched down in Greenville last week would’ve read the room and realized now was not the time.  We hope you’re staying safe and healthy during these confusing times. Take a load off and check out some news we released last week! Read Rebuild Upstaterecently completed repairs on its…

Rebuild Upstate completes repairs on its 1,000 home

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Thirteenyears after the first nail was hammered into the roof of a home near Clemson University, Rebuild Upstate recently completed repairs on its 1,000 home. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income homeowners with repairs and accessibility improvements to create safe, livable housing in existing homes and neighborhoods in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee counties. The agency has done…

Kopis named to prestigious Microsoft program

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Kopis, one of South Carolina’s leading software developers, has been recognized in Microsoft’s Power BI Partner Showcase.  Power BI is a business analytics service created by  Microsoft. It aims to provide interactive  visualizations and business intelligence capabilities with an interface simple enough for end users to create their own reports and dashboards. Having its work showcased in this way…

The Buzz: Early Bird Special

With tomorrow being Easter, you are getting an early-bird version of the Buzz. As always, we have a lot of news to share. Read In response to COVID-19, Sylvan Learning Centers of the Upstate have switched to e-learning. Find out more about this here.    RealOp Investments united 12 office assets to form Breck Exchange. One of…

The Buzz: Checking in

How are you? How have you been adjusting to this new normal? Just as it’s important to check in on your loved ones, it is also important to check on yourself. Physical health is just as important as mental health.  Before you take a look at these light, refreshing news stories pulled from last week,…

Mary Hunter Beasley joins Ryan Beasley Law

GREENVILLE, S.C. – To maximize protection of those facing criminal allegations, Ryan Beasley Law has added Mary Hunter Beasley to its team of lawyers.  After earning her bachelor’s degree from Clemson University, Beasley achieved her Juris Doctor from The University of South Carolina School of Law. She clerked at the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office…