We hope you had a safe and uneventful snow week! As the last of it melts, check out these stories we’ve put together.
Some Greenville homes are being sold in the $3 million price range, including one listed by Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty. Learn more about this home, and the other two listed in the same price range, here.
Kevin Wentzel of Kopis shared what is in store for IoT, or Internet of Things. His findings are at MidlandsBiz.
The Solutions Group—comprised of our boss, John Boyanoski, Rosylin Weston of RA Weston Communications, and The Felkel Group/RAP Index’s Chip Felkel—discussed the best ways the South Carolina government could spend the American Rescue Money allotted to the state. Find those thoughts here.
Want to learn more about a change in editors at the Baptist Courier, the development of Cherokee Highway (in name, at least), a Greenville Textile Hall based competition to establish the best “doffer,” and what a “doffer” even is? Head on over to this week’s issue of fete Magazine for some random Greenville history from our boss.
Tammy Johnson, President and CEO of High Spirits Hospitality, offered some advice with WSPA for newly engaged couples on how to start the wedding planning process. Check out the full segment for that, and more information on the two new event spaces High Spirits Hospitality will be opening at Judson Mill.
Sylvan Learning Center and Bright Horizons College Coach will be offering a free webinar on February 24 on the importance of standardized testing in the college application process. You can find more information and register here.