While this election week has been long and stressful for everyone, we hope these stories we’ve put together this week can provide a distraction from the “2020 Election Results” tab you’ve probably been checking incessantly.
Children of employees at BASF’s Seneca site made masks to help combat the spread of COVID-19. You can find pictures of the masks created, as well as other information, on BASF’s Facebook page.
Greenville Business Magazine released its list of the 25 Fastest Growing Businesses in Greenville, and both Kopis and Lima One Capital were on the list. You can find the full list here.
We saw many changes in South Carolina’s local government this week including Jerry Carter’s election as to the South Carolina House of Representatives to House District 3. You can find all of the election results at Greenville News.
Quitchet, an app that allows for easier access to the local real estate market, has launched. You can read more about it in Upstate Business Journal.
Read about this week’s Greenville history from our boss, including a landmark decision in voting accessibility, the removal of an “unpatriotic” painting, and more, in this week’s issue of fete Greenville.
It looks like this week will be absolutely gorgeous weather wise. Go run around outside.