It’s a new month, and that means we have lots of new stories that we’ve been working on. Before you head into your (hopefully sunnier) weekend, check those stories out below.
Joan Herlong, owner and CEO of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, explained Complete Client Transparency and its importance with Greenville Business Magazine.
Joan Russell of Sylvan Learning Center has been promoted to Vice President of Operations. Learn more about Russell and her new role here.
With remote work becoming increasingly popular and people moving all around the United States, including to the Upstate, because of the flexibility it offers, technology will need to adapt to accommodate that surge. Kevin Wentzel of Kopis has a few suggestions of places where that development could begin. Find his thoughts at TheGreenvilleBlog.
Eric Inafuku has joined The Insurance Source as a First Impressions Specialist. You can find more on Inafuku’s background here.
Dalton Elliott of Lima One Capital explained the basics of loans for real estate investors. Read more here.
Do you need to get tested for COVID-19 but aren’t sure where to go? Greenville News has a comprehensive list of testing sites.
If you just got engaged, you may be wondering how to best begin wedding planning. Fortunately, High Spirits Hospitality President and CEO Tammy Johnson has some advice. Find that at TheGreenvilleBlog.
Want to learn more about the movement to desegregate Greenville County Schools, the investigation and reward for information on the murder of a Greenville County Sheriff’s Deputy and a call from David Letterman to a Greenville woman who was randomly selected for a trip to France? Who could blame you! Our boss wrote about that and more random Greenville history in this week’s issue of fete Magazine.
Representatives in northern Greenville/Travelers Rest are looking to bring an emergency facility to the area to help accommodate the needs of the growing population. Find out more about this push at WYFF4.