Can you believe this is our last Buzz of 2021? We sure can’t! Here’s everything we’ve been busy working on over the last two weeks. Happy New Year from Complete PR!
Million dollar homes sold at an unprecedented rate this year, including a home sold by Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.7 million. Read more about this landmark year in Greenville real estate at The Post and Courier.
Lydia Mulfinger was named Sylvan Learning Center’s Teacher of the Month. You can find more information on Mulfinger and her background here.
Susan Emmerich of BASF discussed South Carolina’s need to develop more models of learning skills, and how BASF’s apprenticeship program meets some of those needs. You can find the full piece at Greenville Business Magazine.
And speaking of BASF, the company was awarded a Best in Business Award from South Carolina Business Magazine. Read more about this achievement at UpstateBizSC.
Habitat for Humanity has always strived to help families achieve homeownership and revitalize communities. Greenville Journal has the story on how Habitat Greenville helped one family own a home, and established the branch’s first Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant plan.
Kopis was recognized as one of Bob Scott’s Value Added Reseller Stars from ERP Global. Read more here.
Missed out on random Greenville history from our boss? Thankfully, you can find it in the last two issues of fete Greenville, if you need to get your fix. In last week’s issue, you can learn all about the Greenville hosted Poinsettia Basketball Classic, a land donation to the Boy Scouts of America from a Greenville-based business owner, and the firing of multiple policemen for stolen electronics. Find more information on an estimation of Greenville’s rapid expansion in the 70s, Jesse Jackson’s efforts to end apartheid, and more in this week’s issue,
Learn all about Erica James, co-founder of The Booty Shop, in her feature in the Who’s on the Move Entrepreneur Minute.