Greenwood, South Carolina
The GGC Partnership Campus is only a short drive to Uptown Greenwood, Self Regional Medical Center, Greenwood Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, and the Greenwood County Airport.
- Uptown Greenwood – 2 Miles / 7 Minutes
- Self Regional Medical Center – 1 Mile / 3 Minutes
- Greenwood County Airport – 8 Miles / 17 Minutes
- Greenville Spartanburg Airport – 64 Miles / 1 Hour 19 Minutes
- Downtown Greenville – 58 Miles / 1 Hour 12 Minutes
- Downtown Charlotte – 125 Miles / 2 Hours 29 Minutes
- Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport – 177 Miles / 3 Hours
A Top Destination for Life Sciences
Investments and expansions by leading biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies in South Carolina have made the state a top destination for the life sciences industry.
Home to more than 650 biotech companies, South Carolina employes more than 43,000 workers in Life Sciences. As a result, the Palmetto State has cultivated a genuinely cutting-edge life sciences industry sector giving it a growing reputation as the “Industry-Friendly and Innovative Biotech Hub.”
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Greenwood – one of the most beautiful and welcoming cities in South Carolina
Greenwood, a small town with a big personality, is known for its natural beauty, low cost of living, and wonderful communities. It’s a unique and diverse business-friendly environment that is attracting leading companies from around the world, and is conveniently close to all major Southern markets, strategically positioned between Atlanta, Charlotte, Greenville, Columbia, Anderson & Augusta.
Home to world-class companies and research partnerships such as Lonza, Cardinal Health, and Piedmont CMG, Greenwood is revolutionizing the life science industry on a global scale. From the manufacturing of innovative dosage forms for the biopharmaceutical, consumer health, and nutrition industries, to leading-edge breakthroughs in autism research at the Greenwood Genetic Center – our industries continue to shape the future of the life sciences.