Kiyatec’s Expansion In Greenville County Will Result In The Creation Of New Employment

Kiyatec, Inc., a commercial-stage cancer diagnostics company, announced plans to expand operations in Greenville County with a $5 million investment that would result in the creation of nearly 100 new jobs in the county.

According to the announcement made Tuesday, Kiyatec is a company created from technology developed at Clemson University, delivering solutions for cancer patients using functional precision oncology.

Officials said, Kiyatec’s 100,000-square-foot downtown facility, which is located at 2 North Main Street in Greenville, will allow the company to expand its existing clinical testing and drug-development operations, which are co-located with the Cancer Institute at nearby Prisma Health’s Memorial Campus.

Gov. Henry McMaster said, “KIYATEC’s expansion is a valued addition to South Carolina’s flourishing life sciences industry. We are proud of the growth of this Clemson-born company and look forward to its continued life-saving work in cancer research.”

The new Greenville facility is expected to be operational by January 2022.

Anyone interested in working with KIYATEC, Inc. should visit the company’s website for more information.

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