The Palladian Group on Tuesday launched ELYSIAN, a women-centric quarterly magazine that will be distributed regionally.
On Dec. 10, representatives from the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Upstate stopped by The Palladian Group offices in downtown Spartanburg to pick up toys for club members.
The Palladian Group is spreading a little Christmas cheer this season, and we’re looking for help.
Throughout the day on Nov. 5, TPG’s Digital President / CIO was busy presenting to the fall conference of the S.C. Law Enforcement Victim Advocates Association (SCLEVA). SCLEVA is a group of professionals trained to support victims of crime and serve in the state’s law
Members of the TPG team attended the Urban League of the Upstate’s annual Whitney M. Young Jr. Humanitarian Masquerade Gala on Oct. 29.
The TPG team and friends heard the inspirational stories of women who have battled breast cancer during the Spartanburg Regional Foundation’s An Uplifting Event on Oct. 26.
Members of the TPG team spent Sunday morning helping with the Community Build in Cleveland Park.
Members of the downtown Spartanburg community donned pink and gathered in Morgan Square on Oct. 14 to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The S.C. Chamber of Commerce and Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce honored six legislators as Business Advocates on Oct. 8.
Spartanburg Community College, along with state and local officials, celebrated the grand opening of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies on Oct. 6. This $7.75 million facility will help train future workers in high-demand areas such as mechatronics, robotics and welding. Jim