The startup, which provides mass personalized research and outbound at scale on potential prospects for growing companies, has secured $100,000 in financing.
A New York City-based eyewear company will open its second South Carolina location in Greenville. Warby Parker opens its doors on 14 N. Main St. in downtown Greenville on Nov. 11.
The time-honored tradition of Greenville's Ice on Main is gearing back up to create a winter wonderland for Greenville residents and visitors alike.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Khailing Neoh started to dream up the idea of opening a restaurant of her own. The Ohio native holds firmly to her Chinese roots, calling upon her heritage to inspire a menu.
The founder and president of a Rochester, N.Y., hospitality group said he’s been spending more time in Greenville to visit family and has been pleased with the direction the city is going in.
The Greenville Housing Fund, Schaumber Development and Douglas Development have broken ground on an 88-unit apartment community that will be affordable to renters earning less than 60% of the area median income. The Riley at Overbro
The 26th edition of the South Carolina Manufacturing Conference and Expo will take place this week at the Greenville Convention Center. Find out what's new.
Not only has South Carolina seen all-time high hospitality and tourism growth, but specifically the Upstate has witnessed a staggering economic impact locally in fiscal year 2023. From July 2022 through June 2023, approximately seven
A coastal lifestyle and apparel brand announced its Greenville headquarters will move to a newly renovated historic building downtown.
An international cosmetics company that specializes in skin care, personal care and makeup products has set up shop in the Verdae Village Shopping Center in Greenville — through a franchisee with history in Greenville.
From Italian roots to Greenville, the Ferros are expanding their local reach with an authentic Italian market coming to West Greenville.
The tax credits, awarded to a total of 102 Community Development Entities totaling $5 billion, are meant to spur investment and economic growth in low-income urban and rural communities nationwide.