This week we saw expansions, purchases, announcements and events. Go ahead and read below what our clients have been up to now that 2020 has really started to set in.
RealOp Investments purchased an office building in Atlanta’s Cumberland/Galleria Area for $19.7M.
Tammy Johnson of High Spirits Hospitality provided insight on workplace culture and how a “culture reset” can lead to a stronger company equipped with employees that are in it for the long run.
Our boss is always up to something new. Starting with last week’s edition, John Boyanoski will be writing a weekly history piece in the Fete Greenville magazine. If you miss it during the week, you can always find it here!
Paul Sparks, Chairman of RealOp Investments, spent some time with GreenvilleCEO to discuss the company and how they look at trends to help them grow as a business.
Jerry Carter announced that he will be running for the Republican nomination for the Third District, a position that has been held by Gary Clary since 2012.
Get your tickets to the Fourth Annual Tacos ‘n Tequila Fiesta set for April 5thof 2020! The Fiesta is back and better than ever; check out the full release on our website to see what’s in store for this year!
WellSpent is coming to Greenville! If you haven’t read up on the conference coming in 2020, here’s your opportunity to do so. WellSpent recently released their agenda, which you can read about here.