It’s no secret that Greenville is a great place to live and do business, and the statistics back it up. Despite all of the obstacles Greenville has encountered in the last year, Greenville County’s economic development is stronger than ever.Read More

Argo AI, a global company that develops self-driving vehicle technology, is opening a $2.6 million test center in Greenville County, which is expected to generate 40 new jobs in the county. Argo will develop and test its self-driving vehicle technology on a closed-course track at the SC Technology and AviationRead More

Diversified Medical Healthcare’s $51 million investment in Greenville County is estimated to generate 185 new employment. The company’s expansion was announced on Wednesday during South Carolina’s annual life sciences conference by SCBIO, the state affiliate of the US Biotechnology Innovation Organization. According to the company, they will expand operations intoRead More

The Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC) has announced that Solvay, a manufacturer of advanced materials and specialty chemicals, has completed the installation of its new thermoplastic composites (TPC) production unit at its Greenville, SC location. The new line, when fully operational, is expected to generate 30 additional jobs at itsRead More

MECART Inc. will invest $2 million to establish operations in Greenville County, according to the Greenville Area Development Corporation, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting and enhancing Greenville County’s economic growth and development. The new facility, which will be located at 208 Old Fork Shoals Road in Greenville, is expected toRead More

Before the start of the school year in August, the Greenville County School District is hoping to employ additional teachers. In a typical year, the district would employ 400 to 600 teachers, but many instructors remained in their positions, thus the district presently has just 87 teaching posts available. AccordingRead More