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January 2015

Integrated Biometrics introduces fingerprint scanner

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Spartanburg-based Integrated Biometrics has introduced its newest offering: the Columbo Desktop FAP PIV 30 Scanner. “This particular size scanner is rare in the marketplace and is designed to perform at the highest level with tablets, smartphones and PCs,” Steve Thies, Integrated Biometrics’ CEO, said in a release. To read more please follow…

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Aunt Fannie’s Continues to Expand with Adam Wilczewski Named Executive Vice President

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Greenville, S.C. (January, 2015) – Aunt Fannie’s, Inc. (www.auntfannie.com), creator of an all-natural, non-toxic, powerful, fast-acting fruit fly solution called FlyPunch!™, continues its rapid expansion with the appointment of Adam Wilczeweski, formerly Chief of Staff at the U.S. International Trade Administration (ITA), as Executive Vice President. Aunt Fannie’s burgeoning growth…

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New corporate structure, new space downtown and a new mentorship program – Greenville’s innovation center has big plans for 2015

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With a new corporate structure, new board of directors, new space planned at the Bank of America building downtown, an MIT-backed Venture Mentorship Program and a collaboration with the Michelin Incubator in the works, NEXT has big plans for 2015. John Moore, CEO of NEXT, refers to the activity as…

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Hatching the Upstate’s startup future

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Incubator-bred businesses more likely to thrive, stay in community Business incubators support entrepreneurial ventures during the critical startup phase when they are at their highest risk for failure. According to Bloomberg, an astonishing 80 percent of new startups fail within their first 18 months. Incubators and accelerators increase the chance…

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