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Taken Flight

September 08, 2014

 

Investor Insight

“Both as a member of the Charlotte banking community and as a former Chair of the Union County Economic Development Commission, I have been actively involved with the Charlotte Regional Partnership for over a decade. I know of no better way of marketing and promoting the Charlotte region to the rest of the world, via the identification and promotion of our regional assets and with strong regional and state economic development organizational partnerships, resulting in sustainable economic growth for our region. I am proud to work alongside a

Balancing Act

September 01, 2014

 

Investor Insight

The N.C. Sustainable Energy Association is proud to be a member of the Charlotte Regional Partnership. For the past six years, CRP has been an invaluable partner to our organization, working hand in hand with us to promote the growth of the clean energy sector throughout the Charlotte region. The role of CRP has been critical in helping make North Carolina a national leader in renewable energy and energy efficiency. We support and appreciate CRP's efforts to grow our region's clean energy economy, and look forward to our future

Top Tour

August 25, 2014

 

Investor Insight

“I’ve been on a CRP overseas recruiting mission and helped another county negotiate with a prospect. And I know they would do the same thing for us. That’s the power of the Partnership—it helps the collective grow in order to benefit everyone of us.”

Scott Millar, president, Catawba County Economic Development Corporation

 

As a way to broaden and strengthen Charlotte USA’s international reach and viability, the Partnership hosted executives from Wilson & Company last week. The Albuquerque, New Mexico-based

Excellence in Education

August 18, 2014

 

Investor Insight

As a Human Resource, Compensation and Benefits Brokerage company, Affiniti Intermediary Consulting Corporation joined theCharlotte Regional Partnership to not only support their mission of fostering economic development and job growth, but also to afford AICC with exposure to new and existing companies. As a startup company, we felt that it would be a mutually beneficial relationship by assisting CRP with their human resource needs and also providing Affiniti access to other members of the CRP.

Susan Heider, Chief Executive Officer,

Making Milestones

August 11, 2014

 

Investor Insight

“Lincoln County has been a proud member of the Charlotte Regional Partnership for many years.  Our investment pays great dividends in not only marketing the region but in allowing us to participate in business recruitment efforts both nationally and globally.  Collaboration and leadership afforded by CRP is a definite asset to the Charlotte region and the individual communities it serves.”  

                                Cliff Brumfield, Executive Director, Lincoln Economic Development Association

 

One of

Homerun!

August 04, 2014

 

Investor Insight

“Gaston County has been a member of the Charlotte Regional Partnership since its inception.  Their efforts allow us to broaden our recruitment opportunities by taking our development assets and marketing them to the world. The CRP is a strong, unified, platform that takes all of the individual county’s strengths and represents them with one voice.”

                                Donny Hicks, Executive Director, Gaston County EDC

 

A good time was had by all during last week’s Board of Directors meeting at

History in the Making

July 28, 2014

 

Investor Insight

“F&M Banks has a deep appreciation for the Charlotte Regional Partnership and its role in improving the quality of life for the greater Charlotte region through economic development. We are proud supporters of this effort and remain committed through financial investment, time and talent.”

J. Steven Fisher, President and CEO, F&M Bank
Member, Charlotte Regional Partnership Board of Directors
Chairman, CRP Audit Committee  

 

There was exciting economic development news last week, as Sealed Air

Investor Insight

July 21, 2014

“The Charlotte Regional Partnership’s mission of fostering economic development and job growth is important to Sockwell Partners. As they recruit more companies to the region, we have more opportunities, as a retained search firm, to help new and existing clients find compelling executive talent. It’s a mutually beneficial relationship, and together we help make the region a stronger and more viable business destination.”

Susie Jernigan, Managing Director, Sockwell Partners
  --Member, Charlotte Regional Partner Board of Directors

Setting the Stage

The lure of a Lamborghini first

Global Positioning

June 30, 2014

Global Positioning

"The optimist sees opportunity in every danger; the pessimist sees danger in evey opportunity."

                                                                                                                       --Winston Churchill

 

With recent announcements like the Singapore-based Giti opening a new $560 tire manufacturing plant in Chester County, Charlotte USA continues to strengthen its position in the global marketplace. Already home to nearly 1,000 foreign-owned companies, the 16-county Charlotte region remains a frontrunner in recruiting companies

Cause for Celebration

June 23, 2014

I think it's really important to look at the big picture instead of just one competition.

—Shannon Miller, Olympic gymnast

 

 

There was big economic development news in Charlotte USA last week. Three companies announced plans to bring a combined 3,900 jobs to the region and together invest nearly $800 million.

Giti, a Singapore-based tire company, will open a new $560 manufacturing plant on a 1,300-plus-acre site at the Chester County Megasite in S.C. and create about 1,700 jobs.  The S.C. Department of Commerce and Chester County spearheaded the project and asked the