Posts Tagged: Greenville Area Development Corp

Upstate International’s Core Strengths

At the National Convention for World Affairs of America, UI was recognized for its strength in personally connecting the community. UI was praised for not only making businesses happy but tying together the broader community. Executive Director of UI Trace Frese says UI is “good at what [they] do to our core”- language classes, the [...]

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Upstate International – Why Greenville?

Upstate International is a non-profit organization that certainly brings greatness to Greenville County. Although located in downtown Greenville, it is important to realize that UI’s scope has a cross-county affect all over the Upstate. So why be located in Greenville? UI’s Executive Director Tracie Frese describes Greenville as “natural fit when you look at the [...]

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Rosie Worthen to Serve as the Greenville Area Development Corporation’s Fall Intern

GREENVILLE, SC – September 29, 2016 – The Greenville Area Development Corporation welcomes Rosie Worthen as the newest edition to its team. Rosie will be serving as the Public Relations and Social Media Intern for the Fall of 2016. Born and raised in Simsbury, CT, Rosie was first introduced to Greenville when she came down [...]

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Concentrix Expands Greenville County Operations

GREENVILLE NEWS Concentrix Corporation, a subsidiary of Synnex Corp., has announced its plans to expand its Greenville call center operations. The company, whose Greenville complex is located in the Wade Hampton Office Park, will add 300 jobs with the expansion, bringing its total employee count to 1,500. The call center will provide customer support, technical [...]

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Fitesa invests more in Greenville County expansion

UPSTATE BUSINESS JOURNAL Fitesa Simpsonville Inc., an industrial textile firm, recently unveiled its plans to invest 20 percent more than was originally announced to expand its Greenville County facility. The project, which the firm announced in March would total $52 million, is now being said to total $62 million. The investment will create 38 new [...]

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