National Geographic Travel is the latest to honor Greenville.
The travel magazine released its list of the best small cities in the U.S. this week, naming 29 "Cities on the Rise.
The list was sorted into 10 categories that the magazine said influence both residents and visitors.
Those categories are:
❚ Most Hipster Friendly (coffee shops, tattoo parlors, record shops, vintage stores)
❚ Musically Grooviest (music venues, live music, instrument stores)
❚ Most Instagrammed (hashtags)
❚ Most Artsy (art galleries, art supply stores, art schools)
❚ Best Groomed (barber shops, hair salons, hair removal services, cosmetic dentists)
❚ Meatiest (butchers, delis, steakhouses)
❚ Sudsiest (breweries)
❚ Most Dog Friendly (pet sitting, pet stores, pet groomers, dog friendly restaurants) (breweries)
❚ Most Caffeinated (coffee shops)
❚ Greenest (parks) Greenville earned its spot as! one of the "meatiest" locales.
The city’s feature in the magazine notes Greenville’s number of butchers, delis and steakhouses, with a shout-out to Halls Chophouse.
Naturally, the feature also highlights Greenville’s Falls Park, the downtown spot that has become the face of the city.
See the full list at nationalgeographic.com
Last week UWIT presented, “Effectively Strengthen Your Personal Networking Skills”, on Thursday, Nov. 9th in a Lunch & Learn setting.
Here's a Summary of the Event Ever wondered how you could make yourself more comfortable with the mechanics of networking? Or if there was a way to strengthen the connection with your network contacts? Speaker Elizabeth Kunze's topics included:
Speaker is Elizabeth A. Kunze, an Executive Coach and Corporate Trainer with more than 15 years’ of leadership development experience working with clients ranging from hourly employees and plant managers to senior leaders and CXOs. In her role as Executive Coach and Corporate Trainer, she has facilitated many seminars and workshops on Executive Presence, Networking, Entrepreneurship and Career Navigation.
Her Leadership Development practice entails working closely with leaders and organizations competing on a global scale in manufacturing, research, engineering, and technology. Prior to her current role, she spent more than 20 years in strategic marketing and business intelligence across a wide range of industries and organizations, mostly technical or engineering based.
Elizabeth combines broad-based analytical and strategic thinking skill with extensive cross-cultural experience – including working with expatriate leaders on global and domestic assignments – as part of her Leadership Development practice.
UWIT is held monthly at City Range on Haywood Road. Networking starts at 11:30 and lunch is served at 12:00. Please register online for future gatherings at www.uwitsc.com. Walks-ins welcomed with cash or check payment of $20. Contact Jill Rose at 864-908-0105 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|UWIT president Jill Rose with Jennie Fowler|
|UWIT President Jill Rose (l) with Amy L. Robinson|