The Wall Street Journal cites Greenville, S.C. as one of “The Breakout Cities on the Forefront of America’s Economic Recovery.”
An average of 30 people move to Upstate South Carolina daily. We may be biased, but we think it’s because the Upstate is one of the best places to live in South Carolina. Where are they coming from, and what does it mean for our economy?
As part of our #TeamUpstate campaign, we’d like to recognize the 12 Upstate SC Alliance investor firms whose talented esquires are recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 edition.
The City of Greenville’s longtime Deputy City Manager, Nancy Whitworth, was recognized this week as Local Economic Developer of the Year by the Upstate SC Alliance.
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.
A new report by Site Selection ranks Upstate counties Greenwood and Oconee among the top 10 rural communities for attainment of the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate.
South Carolina was named the #2 State for Doing Business in Area Development’s Top States for Doing Business 2016 analysis, which is in its 30th year of economic development rankings based upon consultant surveys.
BMW Manufacturing Co. announced today that the export value of its passenger vehicles through the Port of Charleston in 2015 totaled $9.8 Billion.