Columbia Real Estate Update 10-13-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | OCT. 13, 2011
Landlords willing to reduce rents or fix up their office buildings are landing tenants in Columbia market, according to a market report released Wednesday by Colliers International.
The agencies signed a memorandum of understanding to create a position of agribusiness project manager to promote investment and job creation.
Shawn Youngstedt is beginning a national study to see just how much, or little, sleep people between the ages of 60 and 80 really need to remain physically and mentally healthy.
The $200,000 investment also marks a relocation for the personalized, interactive media company Columbia, S.C.
The study by two University of South Carolina international business professors has shown that socially responsible companies pay higher returns to investors.
The Gel Group Inc. is seeking a laboratory analyst in Charleston. The full-time position requires experience with analytical instrumentation and method development on GC, GC/MS and HPLC. The qualified candidate works independently with minimal supervision and has the ability to solve problems of method and instrumentation. Learn more or apply here.
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