Phone: 704-347-8942

Toll Free: 800-554-4373

Charlotte Regional Partnership
550 South Caldwell Street, Suite 760
Charlotte, NC 28202

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The Charlotte Regional Partnership works with organizations and existing industry engaged in the health and life sciences sector to actively pursue new investment to the region.  The CRP collaborates with local entities such as BioConnect, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Carolinas HealthCare System, North Carolina Research Campus, as well as dozens of local companies to:

  • Collectively promote the health and life science assets of Charlotte USA to prospective businesses
  • Provide a regional platform for networking and collaborative discussion
  • Engage local entities in outreach to broaden our circle of contacts

If you would like to join the discussion, please visit our Facebook page.

Our partners in this regional initiative include:

North Carolina Biotechnology Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the growth of the biotechnology sector across the state.  As the third leading state in this industry, the importance of biotechnology is not taken lightly. The Biotechnology Center is not a site for laboratory research or company incubation. Instead, it works to strengthen the research capabilities of North Carolina’s companies and universities, combining innovation with industry-led commercialization. There are five regional offices across the state, for more information about the Greater Charlotte chapter of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, visit here.

NC BioConnect is an informal networking group whose purpose is to foster and support interest in the life sciences in and around the greater Charlotte region. Anyone involved in a life science-related field such as biotechnology, pharmaceutical research and production, medical devices, patent protection, venture capital or investment banking is invited to attend. To join the forum, visit

North Carolina Research Center (NCRC), the $1 billion, 350-acre biopolis located in Kannapolis, N.C., is intent on becoming the world’s epicenter of nutrition and disease research.   A private-public venture created by David H. Murdock, owner of Dole Foods,  Mr. Murdock’s vision is to create a world-class research hub where collaborative science will lead the charge for great discoveries in nutrition, health and biotechnology research. For more information, visit

NC BioNetwork provides support to the North Carolina Community College System in workforce training and education for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and life science industries.  The program trains at all levels of industry, and provides biotechnology-specific curriculum at eight community colleges in Charlotte USA.  For more information, visit