Sorry to everyone expecting their weekly Buzz today but we’re actually taking the week off from it.
April Fools! Keep reading to check out what we’ve been working on over the last week.
Kopis is working with Flywheel to bring the TechSlam ‘n Eggs conference to South Carolina for the first time. You can read more about the event and find a link to register for it at Upstate Business Journal.
The Sewer South system could have flow within the next year. Find more information here.
BASF has named Gerald Murphy as the new site director for its Mauldin and White Stone facilities. UpstateBizSC has the full story.
Jackson Herlong of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty discussed the importance of creating awareness around agent burnout. Read the full piece here.
Our boss, John Boyanoski, will be joining Greenville business leaders on Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County’s tenth annual CEO Build! You can learn more about this program here.
Want to learn more about the USC Eco 70 picketing at a Greenville sealskin sale, a Greenville horse that won the Camden Cup, the removal of a form from ballots and more? Head on over to this week’s issue of fete Magazine for some random Greenville trivia from our boss.
Dr. Spence Taylor of Leaders in Health spoke on the Unusually Successful podcast this week. You can find the full episode here.
Antique Junction is opening in Piedmont tomorrow! You can read more about Antique Junction here before you check it out this weekend!
Topside Pool Club is opening for the season on April 8. To learn more about Topside Pool Club and register to become a member, visit /www.topsidepoolclub.com/.