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Building a stronger North Carolina by supporting business growth, international trade, and tourism.
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EDPNC Sep 21
Our EDPNC staff, board and investors are amazed by the groundbreaking work being done at Wake Forest Regenerative Medicine in developing replacement tissues and organs.
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EDPNC Sep 20
Nearly all of North Carolina's major metro areas are among US metros experiencing the fastest economic growth. Details in this article.
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EDPNC Sep 18
mfgCON conference, where North Carolina manufacturers gather to share best practices and practical advice, rescheduled to Nov. 13-14 in Durham.
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EDPNC Sep 17
Our prayers are with the individuals, businesses and towns facing the effects of Florence. NC Rural Center's new rapid recovery loan program will be one resource of many helping North Carolina rebuild from this storm.
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EDPNC Sep 17
Not-so trivial trade trivia: In 2017, the inflation-adjusted value of exports from NC jumped to $33.3B, a 10% annual increase. Exports support 370K NC jobs. More data and ways EDPNC can help your small biz export in our 2017 NC International Trade Report.
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EDPNC Sep 17
Helping NC small businesses connect with distributors at trade shows is one way the EDPNC helps them tap exploding Mideast markets. Did you know that in 2016, Saudi Arabia surpassed Japan to become NC's 4th-largest export market?
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EDPNC Sep 12
Don't forget to stop by our booth at to see why NC is the best place to do business!
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EDPNC Sep 10
Congratulations to our partners for their recognition as a top utility in economic development by ! We're proud to work with this team to bring new jobs and investment to NC.
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EDPNC Sep 7
Our staff had a great time volunteering at the NC Food Bank yesterday! Thank you for hosting us!
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EDPNC Sep 7
DuPont completes expansion of Kinston, NC, facility to meet growing demand for bio-based polymer. Exec calls it "a testament to DuPont’s commitment to manufacturing innovative products in North Carolina.”
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EDPNC Sep 6
National General Insurance deepens its North Carolina roots with a 626-job, $12M expansion in Winston-Salem, where it was founded. There's no place like home.
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EDPNC Sep 6
EDPNC will be in Chicago with our partners at next week! Stop by and see us in booth 121678 to learn more about starting and growing your manufacturing in NC!
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EDPNC Sep 5
Community engagement is the first step in meeting major challenges - including ones affecting economic development. IEI is advancing the conversation on revitalizing civic engagement.
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EDPNC Sep 4
We're excited to attend Sept. 10-15 with our partners , , , and Wilson EDC! Come visit us there to learn why NC is the best place to do business!
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EDPNC Aug 31
Looking for a great opportunity to build innovative leadership in your rural North Carolina community? Consider participating in the Rural Assembly in November.
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EDPNC Aug 29
Great news for Greensboro and NC! to build a massive distribution center there, creating up to 1,000 jobs. The 1.8M-sq-ft distribution center will be among the largest in the Piedmont Triad region.
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EDPNC Aug 28
Nathan Ramsey provided some boots-on-the-ground insights on workforce development in rural counties during our recent event. What he had to say:
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EDPNC Aug 28
Booz Allen Hamilton, a management and technology consulting firm, will expand its current operations in Cumberland County, creating 208 new jobs and investing more than $5 million over five years!
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EDPNC Aug 28
Welcome to North Carolina Dowa Thermotech! Japanese provider of industrial furnaces & heat protection treatments for automotive and other sectors, building 109-job, $22M plant in Sanford.
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EDPNC Aug 23
All 100 North Carolina counties saw increased visitor spending in 2017, With more than 46 million visitors last year, we continue to be the sixth most visited state in the U.S.
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