March 06, 2013
President, E4 Carolinas, Inc.
Recently, Charlotte USA has become known as the New Energy Capital. Can you please explain how this initiative transitioned to E4 Carolinas?
The strength that our region demonstrated in the energy industry starting in 2009 led to the
March 01, 2013
By Gina Carroll Howard
Published March 2013
When Ric Elias and Dan Feldstein co-founded Red Ventures in a Charlotte, North Carolina, basement in 2000, they wanted to create a company where they’d want to work. One that had an indoor basketball court, free yoga classes,
February 19, 2013
February 11, 2013
December 20, 2012
CEO’s were asked to grade states in which they do business among a variety of areas, including tax and regulation, quality of workforce and living environment. 650 business leaders responded to our
October 24, 2012
Solaris VP Sales, North America, Bill Haras checks out the steel tubing that ends up in products such as satellite dishes.
By Gina Carroll Howard - 704-347-6735
US Airways Magazine
As Denis Boulais searched for a U.S. manufacturing location, the president and CEO of Solaris
October 09, 2012
We recently caught up with Jeffrey Bordner, Site Manager at Windshear, Inc. located in Concord North Carolina, and asked him a few questions regarding their success.
September 20, 2012
We recently caught up with Kylie Craig, Director of Corporate Communications at Red Ventures Headquarters in Lancaster, SC and asked her a few questions regarding their success..
Red Ventures has been ranked as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US. Can
September 06, 2012
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the nation’s sixth-busiest, continues to expand its presence in Charlotte USA. Plans were just announced to build a fifth runway. The new 12,000 foot runway will be the airport’s fourth parallel runway, allowing three planes to land at once, while
August 20, 2012