Anderson developer readies next project downtown

Steve Kay at the demolition site of this next project in downtown Anderson. (Photo by Bill Poovey)After 10 years of heading up commercial and residential restoration ventures in Anderson’s aging downtown, engineer Steve Kay is back at it. This time he is clearing the way for a mixed-use development that will surround a courtyard. Read More...

The GSA Business Power Event Series focuses on topics of interest to the Upstate business community. Each event is a moderated panel discussion with panelists and audience members. Video clips from recent events:

  •  Is It Beer Thirty Yet? - Owners of the Upstate's five craft breweries discussed their industry.  A rep from Stone Brewery was on the panel.  (June 26th, 2014)

  • Economic Prosperity - Key economic developers from the Upstate gathered to discuss their progress in getting outside companies to locate here.  (August 7th, 2014)

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Fla. firm targets Greenville private wealth management market

Tampa, Fla.-based transaction advisory firm LCG Advisors announced its entrance to the private wealth management market with the launch of LCG Private Client Group. The firm will initially focus on business owners, entrepreneurs and individuals in the Southeast with its offices in Greenville and Tampa. Read More...

Providence Home Care of SC expanding services, headquarters

Providence Home Care of SC is investing $2.9 million in its headquarters in Greenville County as the company expands its statewide services. The investment in the corporate office is expected to create 167 jobs over the next decade. Read More...

Nuclear regulator rules on-site spent fuel storage safe for long term

Last week the Nuclear Regulatory Commission concluded that spent nuclear fuel can be safely managed and stored for “long-term and indefinite time frames” at commercial nuclear plants such as V.C. Summer, northwest of Columbia. Read More...

Executive placement firm to open 1st S.C. office downtown

Florida-based executive placement firm Webber Kerr Associates LLC will open its third national office and first Carolinas office in downtown Greenville in fall. The firm specializes in placing CEOs, COOs and other executives within the engineering, manufacturing and energy industries. Read More...


S.C. business leaders back Ex-Im Bank

Nearly 8,000 S.C. jobs last year were directly supported by transactions facilitated by the U.S. Export-Import Bank, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Unless Congress acts swiftly, the federal agency could be out of business by Sept. 30, officials said. Read More...

Entrepreneurs leverage development boom with tax credit auctions

Many tax credits have gone unclaimed, unused or underutilized, according to entrepreneur John Boyd. With business partner Michael Wolf, Boyd is launching a company to list tax credits for auction to be bid upon by registered accredited investors. Read More...