Posted May 15th, 2013 by The Herald
Hartmann’s Rock Hill operations is investing $18 million in manufacturing equipment and hiring as many as 75 new workers.
Hartmann, which produces a range of products to treat wounds and manage incontinence, has operated a distribution center at TechPark off Dave Lyle Boulevard for about 20 years.
Posted October 22nd, 2012 by Area Development Magazine
South Carolina is on a roll — the Palmetto State brought in a total investment of $3.37 billion from new and expanding businesses in 2011. Manufacturing is also on the mend, with total exports up by 21 percent last year. These are just some of the reasons South Carolina was ranked second by the consultants among the Top States for Doing Business, up from fourth place in 2011. Read More
Posted August 20th, 2012 by CNN Money
Median home price: $119,000
Median family income: $56,090
When Rock Hill's textile jobs were shipped overseas, it was forced to diversify into other businesses. Good thing it did. The town has seen an uptick in hiring lately, especially in professional and business services, like call centers.
Posted June 13th, 2012 by Area Development Magazine
These states' innovative economic development policies attracted new employers in 2011, as well as catalyzing investments in facility and operating expansions by existing local businesses, driving significant in-state job growth.
Area Development Magazine Special Presentation (Summer 2012)
Posted June 4th, 2012 by Other
Upstate region rated state's friendliest towards small business
San Francisco, CA: Today Thumbtack.com, in partnership with the Kauffman Foundation, has released new data showing that small businesses gave South Carolina mostly high marks. The state earned an 'A' for the business-friendliness of its regulatory system, though it did receive a 'C+' for the availability of its networking and training programs. Within South Carolina, the Upstate region's small businesses were the financially healthiest - and the region was rated as the most friendly towards small businesses.
Posted October 20th, 2011 by The Herald
Rock Hill has been chosen as a "showcase city" by the National League of Cities, which cited the planned Riverwalk development and its world-class cycling center.
Rock Hill was one of six cities highlighted in the group's economic development category and will be featured as a model at the organization's event in November.
Other winners included a flexible incentive program in Boulder, Colo.; the Potosi Brewery Restoration in Potosi, Wisc., and Virginia Beach as a green destination.