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Sage Automotive Interiors: Woven Throughout Automotive

January 28, 2020

Sage Automotive Interiors shares how product design, a strong workforce, and Upstate locations help it to excel in the automobile industry.

TOPICS: Business, Existing Industry, International, Innovation, Automotive, CU-ICAR, Engineering
2019 Site Selection Upstate Intelligence Report Opening Spread

Site Selection Magazine features Upstate

May 31, 2019

Site Selection magazine showcases the Upstate’s business environment within its Upstate Intelligence Report.

TOPICS: Food Manufacturing, Business, Business Recruitment, Innovation, Life Science, Automotive, Colleges & Universities, Workforce Attraction, Soft Landings

Brookings Cites Upstate Automotive Industry, CU-ICAR As Model

July 25, 2018

A new report from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program cites South Carolina’s 10-county Upstate region and Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) as a model of cluster-based economic development.

TOPICS: Rankings & Recognitions, Automotive, Colleges & Universities, CU-ICAR, Business Recruitment, Existing Industry, Global Competitiveness

Rural Communities Benefit from Regional Message

June 11, 2018

Union County Development Board’s Kathy Jo Lancaster discusses how a regional economic development approach has boosted the community of 28,000.

TOPICS: Existing Industry, Global Competitiveness, International, Business Recruitment, Automotive, #TeamUpstate

Upstate Landing Pad Becomes Launch Point for AWL-Techniek

April 20, 2018

The Spark Center SC’s soft landing space was vital to the Netherlands-based company’s transition to the Upstate.

TOPICS: #TeamUpstate, Existing Industry, Global Competitiveness, International, Business Recruitment, Automotive, Technical College System, Soft Landings

Laurens Teachers Learn from Summer Manufacturing Jobs

August 7, 2017

Steel-toed boots, safety glasses and sophisticated robotics will likely resonate among this year’s summer memories for a group of Laurens County educators.

TOPICS: Workforce Development, Existing Industry, Manufacturing, Automotive