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The Platform at Greer chooses next cohort

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The Platform at Greer, an entrepreneurship program of Greer Development Corp., selected the businesses to participate in Bootcamp Cohort 6 scheduled for June 23 and 24 at The Randall House in downtown Greer. The bootcamp will culminate with a pitch session before judges at 4 p.m. on June 24.

Bidfit. Jeff and Tammy Schueler founded Bidfit in 2021, a subscription-based B2B website. It is similar to for commercial projects, construction and property development. Bidfit will offer an extensive, time-saving resource to find peer-reviewed commercial contractors and supply companies.

CloudHound. Jack Sterling is a co-founder of CloudHound, an independent sales partner of ScanSource that collaborates with clients from a vendor-neutral position to secure their business-critical communications networks. CloudHound strives to find the third‑party vendor who best suits a client’s needs and budget.

Logicle Analytics LLC. Jonathan Fowler is the CEO of Logicle Analytics, an analytics consulting firm that  works to provide bespoke data analytics solutions that speak directly to the human element in every organization. Logicle’s proprietary analytics impact framework, the LDIS+TM, is designed to give businesses a clear picture of their analytics culture and a roadmap to realizing their full potential.


Nowthen StudiosFounded by Melody and Jonathan Wunrow, Nowthen Studios is a creative studio offering sustainable interior design and sustainable lifestyle consulting services. Their goal is to make sustainable living accessible to everyone.

Red Elm. Owner Nate Hamblen is launching Second Home, a business line of Red Elm, that is one point of contact for clients who have a second home, but do not want to deal with the hassle of caring for that home. Second Home can partner with the homeowner to manage all aspects of their home.

Surcee. Founded by Allan Symonette, Surcee is a virtual town square that promotes supporting local businesses and merchants online and in person.

“In 18 short months, the Platform at Greer has gone from a great idea to a legitimate vehicle for building a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation in Greer,” Greer Development Corp. Executive Director Reno Deaton said in the release. “I am always amazed by the talent of the entrepreneurs who participate in our bootcamp and the qualifications of the coaches who work so hard to help those entrepreneurs take action to move their businesses forward. From our corporate partners to our coaches and founders, the combination of big business and new startups makes The Platform a uniquely effective and totally authentic Greer experience.”

Reach Ross Norton at 864-720-1222.

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