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National and local features that showcase why Greenville, South Carolina
is a great place to start and grow a business.
The pandemic kicked off an entrepreneurial renaissance. These are the people, industries and cities leading the way.
LinkedIn News reports the Greenville market is at the top of the list of the fastest growing "smaller cities for entrepreneurs."
Canal Insurance Company to expand, locate new corporate headquarters in heart of downtown Greenville
From the Greenville Area Development Corporation: "Canal Insurance Company, 82 years young and with an eye on a vibrant future, has announced plans to expand operations in Greenville County by relocating to a new headquarters location on North Main Street in downtown Greenville."
GE chooses Greenville, Clemson University to help launch $100 million global engineering initiative
Through this program, GE plans to identify and recruit 3,500 middle and high school students in the Greenville area. Greenville joins Cincinnati, Ohio, Stafford, England and Johannesburg, South Africa.
Greenville Among the Cities Benefiting from the "Great Reshuffle"
Experts say professionals are seeking more affordable cities. Greenville has seen some of the most significant population growth from March to July.
NEXT Venture Pitch 2021 Sets Record
NEXT Venture Pitch 2021 brought the heat again this year as it hosted the world’s highest echelon of venture capitalists. As the finalists lit the stage with innovative ideas and business models, only one would claim the coveted spot as a showcase company at Venture Atlanta.
Letter to the Editor: City of Greenville – ‘From Here You Can Change the World’
The City of Greenville is making a bold, audacious promise in its newly launched national economic development initiative. The city is speaking directly to innovators and entrepreneurs, telling them, “We get you, and you’ll get a lot in Greenville.”
Grow in Greenville, SC
Livability’s recent feature of the “From Here You Can Change the World” economic development initiative reminds readers that while there are great incentives to start, move or grow your business to Greenville, SC.
Chambers Partner to Launch South Carolina Minority Business Accelerator
Bank of America has provided a $500,000 grant to launch a statewide Minority Business Accelerator program. This program will be led by the Charleston, Columbia, and Greenville Chambers and is set to launch in January of 2022.