We may still be recovering from all the excitement of Locally Epic’s Duck Derby yesterday (and all the tacos we consumed afterwards) but our clients are bustling with exciting news. Before you head over to the Greenville Historical Society’s spring meeting, catch up on the latest buzz.
“The Buzz” won (rose) gold! Our blog was recognized as the Muse Creative Awards Rose Gold winner for the weekly buzz. Check out the full story on Greenville CEO.
High Spirits Hospitality’s, Tammy Johnson, was awarded with CommunityWorks’ Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year! GSA Bizwire has the full story on Johnson’s road to success.
William F. Schmidt III, GHS Children’s Hospital founder, was awarded the Order of the Palmetto in a ceremony held at the statehouse. Discover Schmidt’s journey to becoming one of the Upstate’s most beloved doctors here.
Brian Kirk was announced as the practice lead for Elliott Davis’ Cybersecurity team. Find out more about Kirk’s background as well as the future of the business here.
BANDWAGON CEO/Founder, Harold Hughes traveled to Dubai this week to compete in the Future Blockchain Summit Competition. Hughes’ BANDWAGON presentation finished fourth out of more than 200 companies! Congratulations to Hughes and the BANDWAGON team!
The Greenville Historical Society’s annual spring meeting will spotlight the 30th Infantry Division that broke the Hindenburg line in 1918 leading to the end of WWI. The meeting will take place at 3:00 p.m. at Mountain Creek Baptist Church. The CLUTCH has all the details regarding the informational meeting.
The Mountains to Main Street Endurance Festival is only two weeks away! There is still time to register for the 5k, Half Marathon and Triathlon.