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Connect America establishing operations in Greenville County, S.C.

Greenville County welcomes the Pennsylvania-based company Connect America, a nationally recognized innovator in digital health and connected care for seniors and vulnerable populations. The company will create 71 new jobs and invest roughly one million dollars in the new operations.

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Upstate entrepreneur to unveil appraisal app

Paul Ryll isn’t new to Greenville’s entrepreneurial network, and he’s at it again with a new app that’s sure to shake up the traditional residential appraisal process while also providing solutions to the industry’s biggest pain points.

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"Positive for innovation, SC inventors are awarded more patents"

Greenville, SC doesn’t have time to waste when we’re changing the world. That’s why our entrepreneurs thrive – we get it done. We break barriers because there’s no time like the present. Learn how putting our inventors first is powering our state’s innovative economy.

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"Metro Spotlight: Greenville/Spartanburg, SC"

Think the South is sleepy? Think again. Our rich history as the “Textile Capital of the World” ideally positioned Greenville, SC to expand the manufacturing industry, opening up doors for some of the largest international companies and future innovations.

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#6 on Forbes list of "America's Engineering Hubs"

"Other manufacturing cities high on our list include No. 6 Greenville-Easley, S.C., home to many European auto-related firms."

Read the post here.

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"Greenville's Spin Away From Textiles Brings Million-Dollar Condos"

"That's the price of success for Greenville, which has transformed from a city once reliant on the textile industry into one with a diverse economy and vibrant downtown that's lured major companies from tiremaker Michelin to TD Bank."

Read the CoStar story here.

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WSJ Greenville featured on the Forefront of the Economic Recovery

"They also have a mix of high-tech jobs and old-line industries, including manufacturing and finance, that turned out to be more resistant to the downturn. They came through the year with fewer job losses and service cuts, and made quicker recoveries."

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Bloomberg Businessweek "The New Startup South"

"This city of 670,000, a onetime hub for textile and apparel production, seems to have found the answer to the question confounding the U.S. right now: How do you revive postindustrial towns and make them part of the knowledge economy?"

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