As you prepare for your (much sunnier) Fourth of July weekend, check out these stories we’ve put together this week!
Kopis was listed as one of the top tech companies in the NEXT Upstate’s network. You can read more and find the whole list here.
Samantha Snyder of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty was promoted to Broker Associate as she passed the SC Broker Exam. Read more about this achievement and Snyder herself here.
Kopis CEO Andrew Kurtz discussed the advancements of technology as they relate to helping with health insights. Find the full piece at Upstate Business Journal. Also there, you can find Kurtz’s thoughts on the “it” factor Greenville has, and how that is driving tech development within the city.
BASF is offering an apprenticeship program to encourage more women to look into technical roles, as well as help apprentices gain on-the-job training and industry approved credentials while being paid. You can learn more here.
Interested in some Greenville history before the historical holiday? Check out this week’s issue of fete Magazine to find some from our boss, and learn more about Erskine College’s attempt to ban an NFL camp because it would encourage pro-union mindsets, a few prominent elections and the first pitch at a Greenville Braves game thrown by a Baseball Hall of Fame member.
Sylvan Learning Center’s tutoring has helped thousands of children. Greenville Macaroni Kid featured a rave review of the services provided by Sylvan, and Amy Gardner gave some advice as to when to pursue tutoring services. You can find it in this video.
High Spirits Hospitality will be holding a Bourbon and Barbecue Festival this year. Stay tuned for more information on this exciting, upcoming event.