Geography and philosophy make Greenville South Carolina one of America's most attractive business climates. Located between Atlanta and Charlotte on the I-85 business belt, and equidistant between New York City and Miami on the Eastern Seaboard, Greenville offers access to many business centers in North America

Demographic details

A few of our corporate citizens

You can measure a business community by the companies that live there. Here are just a few of the companies that have chosen the Greenville area:

Greenville schools

Rand McNally ranks Greenville's school system third best in the Southeast. Twelve of our schools have earned the "School of Excellence" award from the United States Department of Education. Our International Baccalaureate Program prepares students for international studies.

South Carolina's most talented young artists train in Greenville at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts, recognized nationally as one of the top schools of its kind.

Higher Education

For undergraduate and graduate studies, Greenville is within an hour of 12 colleges and universities including Clemson University, known for its engineering and technological research; Bob Jones University, noted for its business and pre-professional programs; and Furman University, a highly regarded liberal arts school. Greenville Technical College, ranked among the nation's top ten technical colleges by U.S. News and World Report, serves 50,000 traditional and continuing education students a year.

Life in Greenville

Rich history, scenic terrain, moderate climate, and investment in the arts make Greenville one of the South's most attractive cities. An afternoon drive will take you to mountain lakes, waterfalls, and whitewater rapids. It's an easy four-hour drive to the South Carolina coastal communities of Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head.

The arts in Greenville

The $42-million Peace Center for the Performing Arts welcomessome of the world's top performers, and serves as home to the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. Our many galleries and museums display an impressive range of visual art, including the Western Hemisphere's largest sacred art collection, on permanent exhibition at Bob Jones University.

When we're not at work

Our scenery and weather make Greenville ideal for golf, which is why we have more than 20 public and private courses. If you prefer spectator sports, we're home of the AA Greenville Braves, one of baseball's top five minor league teams. We're building a 17,000 seat arena to house various sports and entertainment events.

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For more details regarding Greenville, please contact us at (803)242-1050.