So, maybe we spoke a little too soon about the fall weather.
Throughout these bipolar seasons, it’s nice to know our clients work ethic remains steady and reliable. While we can’t count on Fall to show its face quick enough, we can at least count on them to give us some interesting reads for the week.
Just in time for college football, fan analytics company BANDWAGON has added Kim Klafczynski as Head of Sales and Business Development. Read more about Kim on Greenville CEO.
While we’re on the topic of new hires, Zuendt Engineering just brought on Adam Cook as a land development engineer. GSA Bizwirehas all the information on Adam’s new position.
Greenville’s real estate guru Paul Sparks has been named to the SC Chamber’s Board of Directors. What does this accomplishment mean for the RealOp Investments President? Find out on Greenville CEO.
Local faith-based program Jumpstart recently made the news for their award-winning mentor program dedicated to changing the lives of prisoners. Take a look at the article on WYFF4.
We’ve got good news for procrastinators. Voting for the 2018 Hope Awards has been extended to September 8th. Check out how to vote on GSA Bizwire.
As fall approaches, new seasons bring new responsibilities. RealOp Investments recently expanded VP Chip Hunt’s role at the commercial real estate company. See what his role expansion entails at GSA Bizwire.
We all love free stuff! Serendipity Labs is offering a two-month rent free proposal to lucky tenants who sign one-year contracts in the space starting in September. Check out the article on the Clutch.
Everyone loves a good underdog story. Dubbed the underdog in this political race, Guy Furay has launched his campaign for South Carolina’s 4thCongressional District. Greenville Newshas a video from Guy himself, go see what he stands for.
Rise and shine! The informational event hosted by Rebuild Upstate, Wake Up with Rebuild, will be held next month. You won’t want to miss this, get the details at UpstateBiz.
Art lovers, listen up! Contemporary Print Collective will be hosting their annual Print Fair this October, filled with some of the Upstate’s most talented printmakers. To get more information on the event, go to the Clutch.