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Anthony Herrera, chief innovation officer and executive director of The Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Anthony Herrera, Furman University chief innovation officer and executive director of The Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, was a recent guest on “South Carolina Business Review.” Hosted by Mike Switzer, the South Carolina Public Radio show gave Herrera a stage to explain the mission of the institute, offer real-world examples of the institute’s impact on Upstate ventures, and highlight next steps for The Hill Institute, namely, the Crescent Startup Community. A partnership among Hartness Development, Flywheel, Furman, South Carolina Research Authority, VentureSouth and others, the large-scale mixed-use innovation district will be the Upstate’s first.

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