Why Greenville, South Carolina is so special
Greenville is situated along the Interstate 85 corridor halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte, Greenville, SC supports a diverse and growing business climate while maintaining its Southern charm and quality of life.
As the largest of the three cities in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson MSA, the Greenville metro area ranked fifth out of America’s 50 hottest cities in the nation for European business expansion and 11th in the nation for site selection. (Expansion Management Magazine, June 2002/January 2002) Greenville is home to the North American headquarters of Michelin and BMW, and divisional and regional headquarters for General Electric, Robert Bosch, Lockheed Martin, Bowater, Hitachi and many other top employers.
With a diverse economy and an abundance of international business, Greenville offers the perfect combination of career and culture. With a county population of 407,383, Greenville lies at the center of the most populated region of South Carolina with more than 1.2 million residents. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville lies one hour from the mountains, and only three hours from the South Carolina coast.