The GADC is a non-profit corporation established by Greenville County Council to promote and enhance the economic growth and development of Greenville County. In conjunction with the SC Department of Commerce, the GADC provides a full range of services including project management, incentive negotiations, and facilitate a multitude of community resources available to new or expanding business and industry.
The Urban League of the Upstate is a non-profit organization committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all citizens in housing, education, employment, and economic development, without regard to race or socioeconomic status.
PULSE, Professionals United for Leadership and Social Enrichment, was created to help area young professionals to get involved, get informed, and feel as though they have an influence in their community. PULSE aims to connect area young professionals to each other, while at the same time cultivate the leadership potential of its members.
The Community Foundation of Greater Greenville is a public charity established in 1956 by visionary donors who sought to create a way to give back to their community and improve the quality of life for the citizens of Greenville County.
SCORE offers free and confidential counseling to anyone who plans to start a business. Workshops and links to helpful resources are available on the website.
The Greater Greenville Chamber at its core is dedicated to promoting quality development of Upstate South Carolina through managed growth, service to members and the public, and a community-wide approach to issues shaping the region’s future.
The Appalachian COG, as the southern end of the Appalachian region defined by the Appalachian Regional Council, provides support, funding, and council services to the municipalities and local governments in the six county Upstate region of South Carolina.
The mission of the Greenville County Planning Commission is to promote managed growth in Greenville County by maintaining a comprehensive planning program which minimizes land use conflicts, coordinates the provision of public services, and optimizes the quality of life for all county residents.
This center offer a variety of services and management training courses tailored to meet the needs of small & medium-sized businesses. SBDC consultants at each site provide managerial and technical assistance to those wishing to start or expand an enterprise.
This site will help anyone with a business in the area, as well as anyone who has a problem with a business in the area.
Greenville Forward is a non-political, non-profit organization which shepherds, champions, and facilitates achieving Greenville Vision 2025 goals and initiatives. The Vision focuses on sixteen areas such as the arts, government, transportation, healthcare, environment, education, and even coolness. For more information, embrace the vision and learn more at www.greenvilleforward.com, or call Russell Stall at 233-8443.