NCGrowth is a university center that helps businesses and communities create good jobs and equitable opportunities through applied research and technical assistance. In partnership with other universities and community organizations, NCGrowth provides technical assistance to businesses and governments on economic development and entrepreneurship projects. Since 2012 NCGrowth has helped to create hundreds of jobs and worked with more than a hundred clients.
Students present their work with businesses and communities in eastern North Carolina.
Students Emily Edmonds and Nicole Thomas Meet with Clients to Discuss a Garysburg Food Hub
Audience Discussion Following the Presentation of the Bertie County Community Economic Development Plan
Carolyn Fryberger presents her research on biogas production to stakeholders in Duplin County
Student Mayank Agrawal and CEO Kevin Thorne Meet to Discuss Growing Best Diamond Packaging
Ashwini Rathi and Carl van Staalduinen Travel to Meet with a Customer
Student Joanna Furgiuele Meets with the Team At Raised in a Barn Farm in Chocowinity
Kenan-Flagler MBA student Jessie Maxwell worked with Inner Banks Outfitters.
Carolina Wild is a two-time participant in E-TAP