South Carolina's $29 billion tourism industry is the focus of the lastest SC Biz Magazine, which also includes the 50 Most Influential people in South Carolina's business ecosystem.
A new tattoo studio is setting up shop in the Village of West Greenville. Bone and Ink owners, and husband and wife, John and Jenny Allen, will operate the studio together. Jenny is the tattoo artist, while John will manage studio operations. Prior to tattooing, Jenny Allen sold her fine art illustrations under the business [&he[...]
Fireforge Crafted Beer co-founders Brian and Nicole Cendrowski to speak at Endeavor’s Collaborators & Cocktails November 16th
GREENVILLE, SC – Endeavor, the coworking and office space community in downtown Greenville’s ONE tower, announces that Brian and Nicole Cendrowski, co-owners of Fireforge Crafted Beer will speak at its final Collaborators & Cocktails speaker series of 2023 on November 16th from 5:00 – 7:15 p.m. Having recently celebrat[...]
CatWalk FurBaby, a 42-minute documentary meant to chronicle the passion and perseverance of women changemakers coming together to put on a spectacular kickoff for New York Fashion Week, was a winner Sept. 7 in New York.
With more than 1,000 brands and 23 years under its international portfolio, a Greenville-based branding agency has acquired a marketing group that will give its public relations division a boost.
The platform has over 20,000 subscribers to the daily newsletter that is also coincidentally published at 6 a.m.
The latest issue of SCBIZ Magazine is out. South Carolina’s bustling life sciences industry is the theme for the July/August issue. According to SCBIO's 2022 life sciences impact report, the South Carolina life sciences
Upstate engineer Destiny Macon translated her experiences in the office for the big screen and HBO took notice. During the American Black Film Festival
Louisville, Ky., native Jason Thomas has been named executive editor of SC Biz News, a statewide business news organization that includes a magazine, newspapers, websites, digital newsletters, special publications and events. In his new
Support for the landscape architecture projects is one of the few plots of common ground that the Trump and Biden presidential administrations have occupied, says Matt Powers, Clemson University's
More than 135 visual and performance artists will line Main Street on May 6-8 for Artispheres 18th year. Many festival favorites have returned to the lineup, but
CBS's 60 Minutes producers reached out to the Southeastern Finalist for Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year in November to hear how his small business has been able to navigate an ever more demanding labor market. The interview will