NCGrowth’s mission is to help businesses create good jobs and to help communities create sustainable and equitable opportunities for their people.
NCGrowth directly benefits communities in NC with the goal of completing about 30 projects a year in addition to creating and retaining over 100 jobs annually.
Aug 2 - Nearly $1 million grant from SunTrust Foundation to NCGrowth will help economically challenged communities in the Carolinas hire locally
A new web tool tells the story of small towns that have successfully stimulated private investment and job creation. Check it out and see how it can help you leverage your town's unique assets for economic development. http://homegrowntools.unc.edu/
NCGrowth is hosting our Spring Showcase on Friday, April 12 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Join us for informal presentations, kayaking, a tour of the newly renovated Rocky Mount Mills, a delicious lunch and MORE! RSVP ncgrowth@unc.edu
Abril 25, 6p-8p: CCCC Siler City Campus 230, Este taller lo ayudará a conocer los recursos disponibles para los pequeños negocios Latinos. habrá tacos de Tienda Lloma Bonita!!
 

Recent News & Media

NCGrowth Launches Ten New Business Projects

February 21, 2019

NCGrowth has launched new business technical assistance projects across the state. Each project will focus on supporting business growth and will vary in scope. Analysts from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School are serving as consultants with each company. Projects are expected to run through May. More

New Analyst Introductions

February 21, 2019

NCGrowth is excited to announce 15 new analysts with a wide range of skills and professional experiences. These analysts will work with NCGrowth staff, university faculty, and community and business leaders. More

NCGrowth Partners with CPNI to Conduct Built Asset Assistance Workshops

February 21, 2019

The Construction Professional Network Institute (CPNI) and NCGrowth held two Built Asset Assistance Workshops in the fall of 2018, in Robbins and Murfreesboro, NC. These workshops provide coaching to small towns in North Carolina on how to leverage built assets for economic development. More

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